The first images from NASA's James Webb space telescope have been revealed. And what's cooler than a starry sky as a splashback? Now you're not the only star in your kitchen anymore!
No, this is not a mountain landscape, but the star-forming region NGC 3324, located in the north-western part of the Carina Nebula (Southern Hemisphere) and some 7,600 light years (!) away from Earth. The space telescope paid a cosmic maternity visit here and rewarded us with this beautiful image. And of course, we can turn it into a kitchen splashback for you!