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12 minutes ago, Weezer said:

ūüėȬ†Maybe we will get to see some of the grey people with large eyes!¬† I'm only half joking because I think they (and others) just might be out there.

 

Out there somewhere, most likely. Near to us, less likely IMO.

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The latest about the James Webb Space Telescope.

 

https://webb.nasa.gov/content/webbLaunch/whereIsWebb.html

 

 

 

And here is a list of it's scheduled studies of galaxies.

 

ID Program Title PI & Co-PIs Exclusive Access Period (months) Prime/ Parallel Time (hours) Instrument/ Mode Type
1433 Physical Properties of the Triply-Lensed z = 11 Galaxy PI: Dan Coe 0 11.3 NIRCam/Imaging
NIRSpec/MOS
GO
1567 Early Galaxy Assembly Uncovered with ALMA and JWST: A Remarkably UV and [CII] Bright, Strongly Lensed Sub-L* Galaxy at z=6.072 PI: Seiji Fujimoto 12 12.3 NIRCam/Imaging
NIRSpec/IFU
GO
1571 PASSAGE‚Äď Parallel Application of Slitless Spectroscopy to Analyze Galaxy Evolution PI:¬†Matthew Malkan 0 0/591 NIRISS/WFSS GO, Pure Parallel
1572 Mapping, Resolving and Penetrating into the Dusty Spiderweb Protocluster with Unique Pa-beta Imaging PI: Helmut Dannerbauer
Co-PI: Yusei Koyama
12 3.6 NIRCam/Imaging GO
1626 Achieving a Revolutionary Panchromatic View of Early Galaxy Growth through NIRSpec/IFU Observations of 12 Massive z>6.5 Galaxies with ALMA-derived [CII] Redshifts PI: Mauro Stefanon 12 14.1 NIRSpec/IFU GO
1635 Galaxy Protoclusters as Drivers of Cosmic Reionization PI: Crystal Martin 12 35.2/9.7 NIRCam/Imaging
NIRSpec/MOS
GO
1657 Anchoring z>6 Galaxy Metallicities Using T_e and n_e Diagnostics Enabled by JWST and ALMA Spectroscopy PI: Yuichi Harikane
Co-PI: Ryan Sanders
12 23.7 NIRSpec/IFU
MIRI/MRS
NIRCam/Imaging
GO
1671 Emission Line Galaxies Beyond the Limits of the Hubble UDF: Physical Conditions in Ultra-faint Star Forming Galaxies PI: Michael Maseda 12 23.9 NIRSpec/MOS GO
1701 Dissecting the Prototypical Starbursts NGC 253 and M 82 and Their Cool Galactic Winds PI: Alberto Bolatto 12 42.8 MIRI/Imaging
MIRI/MRS
NIRCam/Imaging
GO
1712 JWST Beholds the Multiple-merger Assembly of the Most Luminous Quasar PI: Tanio Diaz-Santos 12 23.3 MIRI/MRS
NIRSpec/IFU
GO
1721 Probing the Interstellar Medium of Galaxies in the Early Universe PI: Jeyhan Kartaltepe       AR
1740 H-drop Galaxies: "Rosetta Stones'' at z~13 for Galaxy Formation Studies PI: Yuichi Harikane 12 6.6 NIRSpec/FS GO
1747 Linking Bright Galaxy Properties to IGM Opacity and Environment in the Early Epoch of Reionization with NIRSpec PI: Guido Roberts-Borsani 6 25.1 NIRSpec/MOS GO
1758 Confirming a Potential Ultra-Massive Galaxy at z=10.57 PI: Steven Finkelstein 12 2.6 NIRSpec/FS GO
1762 Halfway to the Peak: A Bridge Program To Map Coeval Star Formation and Supermassive Black Hole Growth PI: Alexandra Pope
Co-PIs: Anna Sajina and Lin Yan
12 24.6 MIRI/MRS GO
1783 JWST probes Feedback in Emerging extrAgalactic Star clusTers: JWST-FEAST PI: Angela Adamo 12 45 NIRCam/Imaging
MIRI/Imaging
GO
1791 The Early Assembly History of the Most Massive Halo in the Reionization Era PI: Justin Spilker 12 6.1 NIRCam/Imaging
MIRI/Imaging
GO
1810 The Stellar and Gas Content of Galaxies at Cosmic Noon PI: Sirio Belli 12 46/35.7 NIRSpec/MOS GO
1827 NIRSpec Integral Field Spectroscopy of LyC-Leaking Galaxies PI: Koki Kakiichi 12 24.1 NIRSpec/IFU GO
1837 PRIMER: Public Release IMaging for Extragalactic Research PI: James Dunlop 0 187.2/94.97 MIRI/Imaging GO, Treasury
1840 ALMA [OIII]88um Emitters. Signpost of Early Stellar Buildup and Reionization in the Universe PI: Javier Alvarez-Marquez
Co-PI: Takuya Hashimoto
12 33.9 NIRSpec/IFU
NIRCam/Imaging
GO
1864 The Formation of a Primeval Hyperstarburst Galaxy at z~6 PI: Kedar Phadke 12 18.9 NIRCam/Imaging
MIRI/Imaging
NIRSpec/IFU
MIRI/MRS
GO
1865 Witnessing the Circumgalactic Medium in Formation: The Warm Dust and Molecular Gas in a Record-Breaking Galactic Wind PI: Sylvain Veilleux 12 8.3 MIRI/Imaging
NIRCam/Imaging
GO
1869 LyC22 - Deep Spectroscopic Insights on Star-forming Galaxies 2.2 Gyr after the Big Bang PI: Daniel Schaerer 12 73.5 NIRSpec/MOS GO
1879 Opening the Era of Direct Metallicity Measurements in High Redshift Galaxies PI: Mirko Curti 12 54.2 NIRSpec/MOS GO
1883 A Modern Theory for Strong Line Metallicity Indicators in the Era of JWST PI: Desika Narayanan       AR
1893 Galaxy Assembly at z > 6: Unraveling the Origin of the Spatial Offset between the UV and FIR Emission PI: Stefano Carniani 12 21.3 NIRSpec/IFU GO
1895 FRESCO: The First Reionization Epoch Spectroscopic COmplete Survey PI: Pascal Oesch 0 53.1 NIRCam/WFSS GO
1914 The AURORA Survey: First Direct Metallicity Calibrations at High Redshift PI: Alice Shapley
Co-PI: Ryan Sanders
12 63.8 NIRSpec/MOS GO
1933 Anatomy of an Ionized Bubble at z=6.6: Which Galaxies Reionized the Universe? PI: Jorryt Matthee
Co-PI: Rohan Naidu
12 18.2 NIRCam/WFSS GO
1963 UDF Medium Band Survey: Using H-alpha Emission To Reconstruct Ly-alpha Escape during the Epoch of Reionization PI: Christina Williams
Co-PIs: Michael Maseda and Sandro Tacchella
0 20.4/15.5 NIRCam/Imaging GO
1991 Lifting the Veil on the Most Obscured Galaxies in the Universe PI: George Privon 12 8.5 MIRI/MRS
NIRSpec/IFU
GO
2079 The Webb Deep Extragalactic Exploratory Public (WDEEP) Survey: Feedback in Low-Mass Galaxies from Cosmic Dawn to Dusk PI: Steven Finkelstein
Co-PIs: Casey Papovich and Norbert Pirzkal
0 121.7/96.4 NIRISS/WFSS GO, Treasury
2110 Ultra-deep Continuum Spectroscopy of Quiescent Galaxies at 1.0<z<2.5: Chemical Abundances and Stellar Kinematics PI: Mariska Kriek
Co-PI: Aliza Beverage
0 22.9 NIRSpec/MOS GO
2123 A Pathfinder for JWST Spectroscopy: Deep High Spectral Resolution Maps of Galaxies over 1<z<6 PI: Susan Kassin 0 74.3 NIRSpec/MOS GO
2130 Embedded Star Formation in Nearby Galaxies: The Advent of Parsec Scale Studies beyond the Magellanic Clouds PI: Janice Lee 0 27.9 MIRI/Imaging
NIRCam/Imaging
GO
2136 The Emergence of the Modern Hubble Sequence Revealed by JWST Slit-stepping PI: Tucker Jones 0 31.7 NIRSpec/MOS GO
2162 Does Turbulence Suppress Star Formation in AGN hosts? PI: Nicole Nesvadba 12 4.3 NIRSpec/IFU
MIRI/MRS
GO
2186 NIRSpec IFU Spectroscopy of the High-density Starburst in Ultra-luminous Infrared Galaxies PI: Shunsuke Baba 12 6.7 NIRSpec/IFU GO
2198 Quiescent or Dusty? Unveiling the Nature of Extremely Red Galaxies at z>3 PI: Laia Barrufet
Co-PI: Pascal Oesch
12 9.8 NIRCam/Imaging
NIRSpec/MOS
GO
2219 Shining Light on the CO-dark H2 Gas in the Heart of M83 PI: Svea Hernandez 12 14.8 MIRI/MRS GO
2234 The JWST-legacy Narrow-band Survey of H-alpha and [OIII] Emitters in the Epoch of Reionization PI: Eduardo Banados 12 17.8 NIRCam/Imaging GO
2279 Where Cosmic Dawn Breaks First: Mapping the Primordial Overdensity Powering a z~9 Ionized Bubble PI: Rohan Naidu 12 7.1 NIRCam/WFSS GO
2282 A Strongly Magnified Individual Star and Parsec-Scale Clusters Observed in the First Billion Years at z = 6 PI: Dan Coe 0 13.9 NIRCam/Imaging
NIRSpec/MOS
GO
2285 A Massive Quiescent Galaxy at Redshift 4.657 PI: Adam Carnall 12 8 NIRSpec/FS GO
2301 Unearthing the Fossilized Andromeda Galaxy: A Spectroscopic Pilot Survey of M31 Giants PI: John Mackereth 12 12.1 NIRSpec/MOS GO
2321 The First Blind H-alpha Narrow-band Survey of Star-formation at z>6 PI: Philip Best 12 40.5 NIRCam/Imaging GO
2344 Mapping Emission and Absorption Line Metallicities onto the Same Univeral Scale PI: Patricia Schady
Co-PI: Nial Tanvir
12 24.9 NIRSpec/FS GO
2345 Resolved Studies of a Unique Lensed Quiescent Galaxy at z=2: Testing Models of Assembly History, Quenching, and IMF Variations PI: Andrew Newman 12 13.7 NIRSpec/IFU
NIRCam/Imaging
GO
2354 Preventing the Slit-Loss Catastrophe Using Flexible, Spatially Resolved Galaxy Models PI: Joel Leja       AR
2362 Dawn of the Monsters: JWST Characterization of Extremely Massive Galaxies at z~5 PI: Cemile Marsan
Co-PI: Adam Muzzin
12 8.6 NIRSpec/FS
NIRCam/Imaging
GO
2368 What Lies Beneath: Understanding the Hidden Engines Driving Extreme Outflows and Galaxy Quenching PI: Christy Tremonti 12 19.8 MIRI/MRS GO
2391 The Resolved Properties of PAHs at Low Metallicity PI: Julia Roman-Duval 12 67.3 MIRI/Imaging
NIRCam/Imaging
GO
2410 How Efficiently Do Galaxies Produce Ionizing Photons in the Epoch of Reionization? PI: Ramesh Mainali       AR
2417 Physical Characterization of a Massive Galaxy Protocluster ~1 Billion Years after the Big Bang PI: Dominik Riechers 12 11 NIRCam/Imaging
MIRI/Imaging
NIRSpec/IFU
NIRSpec/MOS
GO
2424 Revealing the Ionizing Spectrum of Low-Metallicity Galaxies with MIRI PI: Anne Jaskot 12 24.5 MIRI/MRS GO
2426 Spectroscopic Confirmation and Characterization of Bright Galaxies at z~9 PI: Micaela Bagley
Co-PI: Sofia Rojas
12 18.1 NIRSpec/FS GO
2439 Resolving the Cooling Flow at the Center of the Phoenix Cluster PI: Michael McDonald 12 14.2 MIRI/MRS GO
2452 The Vanishing Act: PAHs and Heavy Element Abundance in M101 PI: JD Smith 12 7 NIRCam/Imaging GO
2457 Extreme Quasar Feedback at the Peak of the Galaxy Formation Epoch PI: Andrey Vayner 12 20.9 NIRSpec/IFU GO
2478 Spectroscopy of Dwarf Galaxies in the Reionization Era: Ionizing Sources and Gas Conditions at Very Low Metallicity PI: Daniel Stark 12 10 NIRSpec/MOS GO
2484 JWST Probes Star Formation Efficiency in Giant Molecular Clouds at z=1 PI: Miroslava Dessauges-Zavadsky
Co-PI: Johan Richard
12 8.7 NIRSpec/IFU GO
2511 How Do the Small Survive: PAH’s in Low Metallicity Starburst II Zw 40 PI: Thomas Lai
Co-PIs: JD Smith, Adolf Witt, Aditya Togi, Brandon Hensley, and others*
12 4.2 NIRSpec/IFU
MIRI/MRS
GO
2514 PANORAMIC ‚Äď A Pure Parallel Wide Area Legacy Imaging Survey at 1-5 Micron PI:¬†Christina Williams
Co-PI: Pascal Oesch
0 0/150 NIRCam/Imaging GO, Pure Parallel
2516 Revealing the Hidden Stellar Emission in the Highest-fidelity ALMA-mapped Submillimeter Galaxies PI: Jacqueline Hodge
Co-PI: Elisabete da Cunha
12 14.3 NIRCam/Imaging
MIRI/Imaging
GO
2555 How Do Ionizing Photons Escape the Sunburst Arc? PI: T. Emil Rivera-Thorsen 12 24.2 NIRSpec/IFU
NIRCam/Imaging
GO
2561 UNCOVER: Ultra-deep NIRCam and NIRSpec Observations Before the Epoch of Reionization PI: Ivo Labbe
Co-PI: Rachel Bezanson
0 68.2/50.2 NIRCam/Imaging
NIRSpec/MOS
GO, Treasury
2565 How Many Quiescent Galaxies Are There at 3<z<4 Really? PI: Karl Glazebrook
Co-PI: Themiya Nanayakkara
12 14.4 NIRSpec/MOS GO
2566 Characterizing Stellar Mass Assembly and Physical Properties in the Brightest Galaxy in the Redshift>5 Universe PI: Gourav Khullar 12 19.4 NIRSpec/IFU
NIRCam/Imaging
GO
2567 Do Massive Black Holes Come in Small Packages? A Census of Black Holes in Compact Stellar Systems in the Virgo Cluster PI: Matthew Taylor
Co-PI: Patrick Cote
12 41.2 NIRSpec/IFU GO
2581 Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are: Seeking All the Massive Young Clusters Hidden in the Antennae PI: Rupali Chandar 12 6 NIRCam/Imaging
MIRI/Imaging
GO
2593 CECILIA: A Direct-method Metallicity Calibration for Cosmic Noon through the Epoch of Reionization PI: Allison Strom
Co-PI: Gwen Rudie
12 39.2 NIRSpec/MOS GO
2659 Beasts in the Bubbles: Characterizing ultra-luminous Galaxies at Cosmic Dawn PI: John Weaver 12 13.6 NIRSpec/IFU GO
2674 Environmental Effects on Galaxy Evolution in a z=5.2 Proto-cluster PI: Pablo Arrabal Haro 12 15.2/7.8 NIRSpec/MOS GO
2687 Leveraging Early Public JWST Data to Measure Luminosity Functions and Rest-UV Slopes from 6<z<12 PI: Micaela Bagley       AR

 

Thank you.

 

Walter.

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