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Data from James Webb Space Telescope’s Near-Infrared Camera (NIRCam) were used to make this extremely detailed image of the Southern Ring Nebula. This is not only a crisp image of a planetary nebula—it also shows us objects in the vast distances of space behind it. The transparent red sections of the planetary nebula—and all the areas outside it—are filled with distant galaxies. Credits: NASA, ESA, CSA, STScI

Cover Story: Far and Away with the James Webb Telescope

Members of the Johns Hopkins community respond to seeing the first images from the James Webb Telescope.

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From the Krieger School Dean’s Desk

portrait photo of Dean Christopher Celenza in Gilman Hall's Hutzler Reading Room

Thoughts from James B. Knapp Dean Christopher S. Celenza about Krieger School faculty's front-line research, and how it makes the world a better place.

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“What people really care about is their real wages, pensions and interest rates. Indexation is just kind of a no-brainer way to solve that problem, and that’s what they’ve done with Social Security.” 

Laurence Ball, Professor, Department of Economics, on the recent adjustment to Social Security payments based on changes in the Consumer Price Index.

The New York Times, October 14, 2022

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