Spaces may be closer than we think. Perhaps even sitting on the charcuterie board.
A French scientist tweeted a picture ofa slice of chorizo and claimed it was a distant star captured byJames Webb Space after his spicy.
Etienne Klein, physicist and director of France's Commission for Alternative Energy and Atomic Energy, said last week that cured meat He shared a photo of the slice on Twitter, noting the "level of detail" it provides.
"Photo of Proxima Centauri, the closest star to the Sun, 4.2 light-years from us. Taken by the James Webb Space Telescope," read a translation of the tweet. Details...a new world emerges every day." Prize par le JWST. Located in a place like a lumiere that happens once in 500 million years, like a swirl of antiquity, it has been through the years and has the charm of a preset etrange like the Suite Den Fleu Caramborage Galactic. pic.twitter.com/vmiDjU1Gjt— Etienne Klein (@EtienneKlein) Aug 3, 2022
In a follow-up tweet, Klein apologized for the tweet and informed his followers that smoked sausage is strictly down to earth and "a form of entertainment".
“Well, when it comes time for cocktails, cognitive biases seem to find the fun… watch out. does not exist,” he wrote.
"Given some of the comments, I feel obliged to clarify that this tweet showing an alleged snapshot of Proxima Centauri is a form of entertainment," he said. said in another tweet. "Learn to be as wary of arguments from authority as with the spontaneous eloquence of certain images." He tweeted a picture of the Chariot Wheel Galaxy he took, assuring his followers that it was "real" this time.
"JWST photograph of the Chariot Wheel Galaxy and its companion galaxy (real this time...). Located 500 million light-years away, it was arguably spiral in the past, but a ferocious The stacking up of the galaxy has resulted in this strange appearance," the scientist wrote.
Images from the James Webb Space Telescope went viral inJuly when the first images were released inJuly and were unprecedented I provided an image. Universe and its myriad galaxies.
$10 Billion Telescope – will launch on 25 December 2021 – will support NASA, Canadian Space Agency, European Space Agency is a joint project involving , and has already traveled a million miles in space.