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See The First Photos Of Jupiter Taken By The James Webb Telescope

See The First Photos Of Jupiter Taken By The James Webb Telescope

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Images of Jupiter captured by the James Webb Space Telescope have been made public by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).

The first images of Jupiter were taken by the James Webb international space telescope on Thursday.

Infrared, which brings out the various bands of color on the enormous planet, was used to observe it.

The Great Red Spot, which is seen in the viral photograph as a sizable white dot, is also visible. The slick is really a massive maelstrom that might swallow the entire planet.

Before the telescope’s scientific operations formally start on July 12, the material photographed includes photos and spectra of many asteroids. In the testing, it was shown that Webb tracks objects in the solar system and generates images and spectra with a level of detail that is unheard of.

See photo below.

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