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Must have a bible verse. It’s hard to fathom how large the universe is. There ar

Must have a bible verse.
It’s hard to fathom how large the
universe is. There are more stars in the universe than       grains of sand on all of
the beaches in the entire world. Next time you go to the beach, you can imagine
at least one star, like our sun, for every grain of sand you pick up in your
hand. And as the Psalmist writes:
“How precious to me are your thoughts, a God! How vast is the sum of
them! Were I to       count them, they would outnumber the grains of sand”—Psalm
139:17-18a
And everything that you will look
at in this assignment was completely unknown to              humanity before 1900. One
famous astronomer, Simon Newcomb, infamously proclaimed   in 1888, “we are probably nearing the limit of all we
can know about astronomy.”
Part 1a: The James Webb Space Telescope’s (JWT’s) Goals
First, take a look at the goals of the JWT curteousy of
NASA:
https://webb.nasa.gov/content/science/
On this page you can see main category:
1.       Star Lifecycle
With this  category and address
the following:
1.      
Provide a brief summary of what is currently
known about the topic.
2.      
What are some of the unknowns about the topic?
3.      
How might the JWT shed light on this topic?

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