NASA unveils never-before-seen photos of Jupiter

NASA unveils never-before-seen photos of Jupiter

In the pictures: two small moons, mysterious rings and shiny plumes. NASA released Fantastic new photos of Jupiter Using the James Webb Space Telescope.

“It’s really cool to be able to see details about Jupiter with Its rings, small moons, and even galaxiesall in one picture,” said Emke de Pater, an astronomer at the University of Berkeley, in a blog post from NASA.

in poles The largest planet in our solar system Emanating from fluorescent lamps: these are the aurora borealis of Jupiter, which, like our Earth, consist of particles from the Sun interacting with the magnetic field of the star. These images also show the surface of this gas giant with its winds, storms, and fog. A view of the largest shows Jupiter with its very thin rings and two moons, Amalthea and Adrastea.

These images are from observations of James Webb’s instrument, NiRcam, which monitors near infrared radiation, a field invisible to the naked eye. The collected data, which will be studied by researchers to better understand the inner workings of Jupiter Adapted to draw these illustrations that are visible to the human eye.

The James Webb Telescope, a $10 billion engineering gem, was launched into space nearly eight months ago, and 1.5 million km from Earth.

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