James Webb: Space telescope reveals views of 'incredible' Jupiter

The world's biggest and most remarkable space telescope has uncovered uncommon perspectives on Jupiter.

The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) took the photos of the Solar System's greatest planet in July.

The pictures show auroras, goliath tempests, moons and rings encompassing Jupiter exhaustively that cosmologists have portrayed as mind blowing.

This is on the grounds that infrared light is imperceptible to the natural eye.

In the interim, the Great Red Spot, a popular tempest so enormous it could swallow Earth, seemed white. This was on the grounds that it mirrored a ton of daylight.

The JWST was sent off in December 2021, and is as of now situated around 1,000,000 miles (1.6 million km) from Earth.

It can recognize light which started going towards Earth quite a while back, soon after the Big Bang.

Seen as the replacement to the renowned Hubble telescope, the JWST is supposed to be a prevailing power for disclosure in the following 20 years.