NASA's James Webb Space Telescope captured a beautiful image of the Tarantula Nebula called 30 Doradus.

It is also referred to as the Tarantula Nebula because of the dusty filaments that feature prominently in previous telescope images of the nebula.

The James Webb Space Telescope also captured the detailed structure and composition of the nebula’s gas and dust.

The Tarantula Nebula is about 161,000 light-years away in the Large Magellanic Cloud galaxy.

It is one of the largest and brightest star-forming regions in the Local Group of galaxies close to our Milky Way galaxy.

To learn more about the star's hot birthplace, astronomers focused on three high-resolution infrared instruments on the web.

The Webb Telescope's near-infrared camera, also called NIRCam, helped researchers see the region "in a new ...

light, including thousands of never-before-seen young stars that were previously shrouded in cosmic dust".

 The Webb Telescope's near-infrared camera, also called NIRCam, helped researchers see the region "in a .....

new light, including thousands of never-before-seen young stars that were previously shrouded in cosmic dust".