NASA will reveal the first set of images from the James Webb Space Telescope

<html-blob><u></u>After years of delays and going billions of dollars over budget, the James Webb Space Telescope launched Dec. 25 on a million-mile journey. Crews on the ground spent months watching it carefully deploy in space and prepare its scientific instruments to observe the universe. On Monday, President Biden and NASA released the telescope's first image of a galactic "deep field." On July 12, the world will get a greater glimpse of the space telescope's astronomical bounty as NASA releases more high-resolution and color images of targets far beyond our solar system. Follow the release of the Webb images here:&nbsp;<u></u></html-blob>