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Looking into the first billion years with JWST

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The James Webb Space Telescope is giving us an unprecedented view into the early phases of galaxy formation. I will review the motivations for why a large cold infrared-optimized telescope in space has been the dream of high-redshift astronomers for 25 years and give a tour of some of the data. I’ll then describe the JWST Advanced Deep Extragalactic Survey, which is performing very deep imaging and multi-object spectroscopy in the regions in and around the Hubble Deep Field and Ultra Deep Field, focusing on some of the early highlights from the survey, extending to z~13.

This talk is part of the The Kavli Lectures series.

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