The James Webb Space Telescope’s 1st target star is in the Big Dipper. Here’s where to see it. /space .com/

The James Webb Space Telescope’s first target, a star named HD 84406, is located in the constellation Ursa Major, near the Big Dipper. (Image credit: <a href=””>SkySafari</a>)

The James Webb Space Telescope is setting its eyes towards the Big Dipper.

Although the spacecraft is still months away from beginning its official scientific observations, one particularly bright star named HD 84406 will soon be the object of JWST’s attention….