No Man’s Sky Fan recreates the James Webb telescope

A No Man’s Sky player manages to create a digital replica of the James Webb Telescope, the last and largest telescope to be launched into space.

Someone has managed to recreate NASA’s James Webb telescope in No man’s heaven, which is very fitting given the heavy space themes of the 2016 release. With one of the largest maps in gaming, the Hello Games title is simply brimming with exploration potential. With around 18 quintillion procedurally generated planets to discover, fans have a digital universe to play in. Initially released to much controversy, the game has since redeemed itself to become a beloved entry in the sci-fi genre.


In fact, it is so popular now that some hope an official No man’s heaven The LEGO set will eventually be made by the Danish toy company. There is a thriving and dedicated community of players who, thanks to the basic building mechanics added to the game a few months after release, are only too keen to show off their builds and design ideas. Many of these projects are very impressive, and a fan has shared his love for not only the game, but for science and space in general.

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Reddit user Cold_Goal_2330 has shown off his building prowess No man’s heaven by creating the James Webb Space Telescope in the game, upload a series of images of the impressive structure. What’s even more interesting about it is that those who haven’t seen the official telescope could easily think it’s something that belongs in the spaceflight title, while those familiar with it can see that it’s a pretty accurate representation of the real thing the item. It’s hard to tell how big Cold_Goal_2330’s version is, but one of the pictures shows an interior shot, and it looks pretty big.

Screenshot from No Man's Sky showing a digital reconstruction of the James Webb Telescope.

More photos can be found in the Reddit thread here.

Launched on Christmas Day 2021, JWST has been sent into space to search for the first light emitted at the start of the universe’s existence, as well as to study star and galaxy formations, with a 10-year mission planned in total. Using infrared astronomy, James Webb has already sent back something incredible Skyrim-esque images of what’s out there, including some nebulae and his own Deep Field photography.

With No man’s heaven With frequent updates and the title being ported to the Nintendo Switch last October, Hello Games has really turned things around over the past few years. What started out as one of the most disastrous launches in all of gaming has turned into a critically acclaimed space exploration game that has an almost infinite amount of space to explore and gives players the ability to create some pretty incredible things.

No man’s heaven is available on PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.

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