NASA releases new images of Jupiter
NASA has released new images of Jupiter from its James Webb Space Telescope
that show it to be a breathtaking planet with an impressive set of rings and auroras occurring at either pole.
The first picture shows us a view from afar, as if we're looking at this giant's face.
In fact it is not just one but two moon disks that can be seen among the other stars in their galaxy
The second image has all your favorite features magnified
those gorgeous auroras on pole thingies and across both hemispheres where electricity flows freely through magnetic fields
It is incredible to think that there are storms higher than our clouds! The brightness here indicates high altitude
so the Great Red Spot has hazes, as does equatorial region
Numerous bright white spots and streaks are likely very thick condensed convective cloud tops