Share Your Desktop – July 2022

So, let me be perfectly clear – I DID NOT TAKE THIS PHOTO.

🀣 🀣 🀣

But NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope did!


It’s awe-inspiring, mind-boggling, beautiful, incredible, astounding – I could go on for hours because there are copious words I could use to describe this breathtaking image.

It looks wonderful on my desktop and I’ll relish looking at this portion of the universe for the next 31 days. (Actually, I changed my desktop image two days ago.)

This is the first publicly released image.

Actually, I’m lost for words. Click here to read more about it.

The other images that have been released are here.

Celebrating the deepest photo of the universe ever taken!

(Shhh – Don’t tell Google I borrowed their Doodle.)

What an incredible day/week for space exploration.

Here’s a late update added just before publishing this post:

Our ABC* Science has a wonderful article on the ABC News website that takes a tour through the James Webb Space Telescope images.

The Beauty of the Detail

And you can find (an incredible) comparison between the James Webb Space Telescope images and those taken by the Hubble Telescope here.

* Australian Broadcasting Corporation

–⋅ o β™₯ o ⋅–

Now it’s over to you.

  1. Please join in by sharing the photo* you have set as your wallpaper;
  2. Provide as little or as much detail as you wish;
  3. Either comment here with a link to your post or use a pingback so I know you have joined in the fun and I’ll visit your blog and your post and read all about your photo; and
  4. Share the fun around πŸ₯°
Photo Challenge – Share Your Desktop

* Remember, in the interest of maintaining your personal privacy, please refrain from sharing a screenshot of your desktop and merely share the image you have set as your wallpaper.

The challenge icon can be downloaded here – or here if you’d prefer a smaller fileor here if you would like a copy of the full image used above.

Author: Clare

Ever-expanding one star at a time, my cosmos is a galaxy of thoughts and creativity where you can find poetry, short stories, photography and so much more.

28 thoughts

  1. I never change my desktop but now you have me thinking that I really should! I just downloaded an app called Sky Tonight. It is $0.99 a month. You hold your phone up to the night sky and it shows you the name of whatever is in your camera view. I have seen Jupiter and Mars!

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