New Images Of Jupiter Released By NASA

By: Tessa Madinson

On Monday NASA released  two images of  Jupiter photos from the James Webb Space Telescope that features planet in detail

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The photographs were taken by the telescope's near-infrared camera, which searches objects in space for infrared radiation.

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It can observe stars, nebulae, and planets that are too far away or too dim to see with the naked eye.

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The first photograph of Jupiter shows the biggest planet against "the dark background of space" with swirls of color depicting Jupiter's chaotic atmosphere.

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Jupiter's Northern and Southern Auroras are seen in  spectacular orange lights at both poles of the planet

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NASA says that the Great Red Spot can make winds go faster than 250 miles per hour and is 1.3 times the size of Earth.

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According to the space agency, the second image depicts a broader perspective of Jupiter, including its rings.

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Adrastea and Amalthea, two of Jupiter's moons, are also visible; they are to the far left of the rings.

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In the blackness of space  there are fuzzy specks at the bottom of the image that are distant galaxies.

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