12 Strange Discoveries of the James Webb Space Telescope

20 Comments

  • @Azzywrld224 on April 29, 2024

    Why does this video change topics so many times? Has nothing to do with the telescope

  • @timbinley4710 on April 29, 2024

    I don’t understand how this was actually put together. It’s written like a jr high space report by a kid with adhd. It just jumps topics with no beginning or ending to the topics. I love these shows but this one is aweful

  • @jenniferholich9592 on April 29, 2024

    These ones without ads are the best for falling asleep to

  • @justinj544 on April 29, 2024

    Probably all made with AI

  • @spencerkarstenkeely6584 on April 29, 2024

    Moon moon 🐺

  • @romeojoseph9554 on April 29, 2024

    I like moonitos

  • @brucelee5576 on April 29, 2024

    An object doesn’t really just orbit another object , they orbit each other the Earth exert gravity on the Sun the same way the Sun exert gravity on the Earth .

  • @Dr.Akakia on April 29, 2024

    Clickbait?

  • @perguntassemresostas on April 29, 2024

    The true understanding of the end: It is the total knowledge of the beginning

    ההבנה האמיתית של הסוף: זוהי הידע הכולל של ההתחלה

    A verdadeira compreensão do fim: é o conhecimento total do começo

  • @annelawler6180 on April 29, 2024

    Ilove learning stuff about the James Webb telescope but i need a dictionary to understand all your saying. Give me a little highlight plz.

  • @poppabear9279 on May 1, 2024

    AI videos are getting so bad.
    No more voiceover and some of these YouTube channels have just become automated completely.

  • @thelord2831 on May 2, 2024

    😢

  • @mstayloronline on May 3, 2024

    Two words: Thunderbolts Project

  • @helenelliott2375 on May 6, 2024

    read genesis chapter 1 for the creation of everything

  • @thallasophobe on May 7, 2024

    Next time remove BG music

  • @otpyrcralphpierre1742 on May 8, 2024

    We have been experiencing "Moon Moons" for quite some time. Every time we orbit a rocket or satellite
    around our moon, that is a "Moon Moon".

  • @steelblue4903 on May 9, 2024

    Buuuurrrrrp!

  • @majorrsoul2466 on May 9, 2024

    Flung🤔

  • @zijadinsinani on May 9, 2024

    nu llogaritni1222222222/222222222222222222222333333333333333333=

  • @furniturethingskimmel5053 on May 9, 2024

    That's called a stellar cousin. In the case of moons it's parent moon and moon child 😅

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