Join the International Space Centre to take a deep dive into the first images to be released from the James Webb Space Telescope!

Among the first images will be ‘the deepest image of our universe that has ever been taken,’ according to NASA administrator Bill Nelson. This means we will be looking at the farthest humans have ever seen before – in both space and time.

Our Astronomy from Space Node Leader Professor Simon Driver secured over a hundred hours on the JWST twenty years ago and he’s here to answer all your questions about this historic telescope, along with Dr Sabine Bellstedt and Dr Elisabete Da Cunha, both working with data from the JWST.

General tickets to this special event are $15. A reserved group of special Gold tickets, with pre-event catering and mingling, are also available for $30.

Book tickets at:


4.30pm (Gold Tickets Only) – VIP Event
5.00pm (General Admission)
       First Images – James Webb Space Telescope // Dr Sabine Bellstedt
       First Light and Cosmic Ignition // Professor Simon Driver
       Peering Through the Dust // Dr Elisabete Da Cunha
       Panel Q&A 

Thursday July 14
University Club Auditorium
5pm Start (General Admission)
Free parking adjacent.
This event is supported by the International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research and the University of Western Australia.