The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has captured some incredible images of planets in our solar system in near-infrared light. These images have revealed new details about the planets and their atmospheres, and have helped us understand the planets better.
One of the most recent images captured by JWST is of Uranus. The image shows the planet in a whole new light, revealing its atmosphere in infrared. Another fascinating image is of Jupiter captured by JWST’s Near-Infrared Camera (NIRCam). The image shows Jupiter’s auroras, hazes, and clouds in stunning detail.
Of course we cannot forget Saturn and the awesome new perspective these new images give us of this beautiful planet.
These images are a testament to the incredible technology and engineering that has gone into building the JWST. They have helped us understand the planets in our solar system better and have inspired us to explore and discover more about the cosmos. I’m excited to see what other amazing images the JWST will capture in the future!