Space telescope James Webb Space captured some amazing images of Jupiter using infrared light.

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These images are two rings, two moons and tiny satellites.

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All these images were captured in July by NASA and it is released on 22nd August, 2022.

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Scientist Judy Schmidt, rearranged the details of the image because the human eye can’t see through infrared lights.

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Jupiter’s north and south upper atmosphere are very quite visible due to ionized hydrogen.

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The telescope sees faint rings on Jupiter clearer than the planet, also two moons were seen called Adrastea and Amalthea.

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These images will help scientists to research furthermore into Jupiter.

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It took around $10 billion to launch the James Webb Space Telescope by NASA.

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The telescope is designed to see and solve hidden mysteries of the solar system.

Image Credit : NASA, ESA, CSA and Jupiter ERS Team