NASA has released amazing new images of Jupiter from the Webb Telescope.

The images show case the planets features in full details such as stars, nebular and planets that are usually too faint to be observed in visible light, or what is visible to the human eye.
Even though the images shows the blackness of space, fuzzy spots are able to be seen in the images- which are faint galaxies glowing in the distance.

Professor of astronomy, earth and planetary science at the University of California , Berkeley, Imke de Pater states, “We hadn’t expected it to be this good. It’s remarkable that we can see details of Jupiter together with its rings, tiny satellites and galaxies”.




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