James Webb Captures Jupiter's 'Never Seen Like This Before' Images
World's most powerful web telescope has revealed astonishing views of the largest planet of the Solar System.
The latest image is showing Jupiter's nothren and southern lights, and swirling polar base.
The new image is showing he faint rings around the planet, as well as two tiny moons against a glittering background of galaxies.
The infrared images were artificially coloured in blue, white, green, yellow and orange, according to the US-French research team, to make the features stand out.
The scientists involved in this observation said that “We’ve never seen Jupiter like this. It’s all quite incredible.”
“We hadn’t really expected it to be this good, to be honest,” the leading scientist added in a statement.
James Webb Telescope has been doing amazing job capturing stunning images of the uncovered parts of the universe.
The powerful webb telescope is positioned one million miles (1.6 million kilometres) from Earth.