This new view of Jupiter is illuminating.
Jupiter from the new
James Webb Space Telescope (Webb) reveal, for example,
previously unknown differences between high-floating bright clouds --
Great Red Spot --
and low-lying dark clouds.
Also clearly visible in the
featured Webb image are
Jupiter's dust ring, bright
auroras at the poles, and Jupiter's moons
Large volcanic moon
Io's magnetic funneling of charged particles onto
Jupiter is also visible in the southern aurora.
Some objects are so bright that light noticeably
Webb's optics creating
orbits the Sun
near the Earth, has a mirror over six meters across making it the
largest astronomical telescope
launched -- with over six times
more light-collecting area than