Spectacular images from the James Webb Space Telescope were shared by NASA early this week. You’ve likely seen them – the color images of Carina Nebula’s cosmic cliffs, a gassy dying star and younger star in the Southern Ring nebula, five glittering galaxies making up the Stephan’s Quintet, and distant galaxy clusters with light 13.1 billion years old. These awe-inspiring pictures are hard for many of us to comprehend, so we’ve turned to two astronomers to help explain them, and the cosmic questions the Webb telescope maybe able to answer – like, how old is our universe? How are stars and galaxies formed? And, is there life out there?