DART crash seen by James Webb, Hubble!

James Webb Space Telescope and its predecessor Hubble captured in images

the Monday collision between NASA's asteroid-smashing DART spacecraft and the space rock Dimorphos (Sept. 26).

The two space telescopes worked together for the first time on the observations.

NASA claims that their combined efforts will provide new details on the damaged asteroid.

James Webb Space Telescope uses infrared light to study the cosmos.

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whereas the optical light that is visible to the human eye is something that the Hubble Space Telescope is an expert at detecting.

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