highz_galsemail hidden; JavaScript is required 600w" sizes="(max-width: 248px) 100vw, 248px" />The latest edition of the STScI Newsletter is now out and includes an article I wrote on studying star-forming galaxies at z>9 with JWST and what this means for our astronomy priorities in the meantime. JWST will be capable of observing photometry and spectra of astonishingly distant galaxies (z~10 and higher) that include massive star-forming galaxies and LGRB hosts. With its optimization for the IR this means we’ll be capturing the galaxies’ rest-frame UV data, a regime that is amazing for studying the first generations of massive stars but where there is also still much work to be done!