Incredible new images from NASA's James Webb Space Telescope, have given us the furthest — and clearest — view ever of deep space. The stunning pictures show the most comprehensive view of the universe we've ever seen, including the remnants of a dying star, a nebula where stars are born, and a cluster of distant galaxies. Joey Roulette, a reporter for Reuters, joined Cheddar News to explain the images captured and what scientists expect to learn from them. "Really that is the bread and butter of the James Webb Space Telescope," he said of the SMACS image release, the deepest image taken of the cosmos. "It's this $10 billion dollar observatory that was launched to do exactly that. We're looking at spectra in that little field and that big field actually, and astronomers can really glean a lot from that on the creation of our universe, the movement of Galaxies."