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NASA publishes unprecedented images of Jupiter

NASA publishes unprecedented images of Jupiter

The US space agency (NASA) has published stunning new images of Jupiter, provided by the James Webb Space Telescope, which show two small moons, distorted rings and glowing poles.

“It’s really cool to be able to see the details of Jupiter, with its rings, little moons, and even galaxies, all in one picture,” University of Berkeley astronomer Emke de Pater wrote in a NASA blog post.

A glowing light appears at the poles of the largest planet in the solar system that includes the Earth, which is the aurora borealis of Jupiter, which consists of particles from the sun interacting with the magnetic field of the star, as is the case with the planet Earth. These images also show the surface of this gas giant with its winds, storms and fog. In images from a wider angle, Jupiter appears with its very thin rings and its two moons, Amalthea and Adrastea. NASA obtained these images as a result of observations carried out by the Nirkam instrument of the James Webb Telescope, which monitors near infrared radiation, which is a field invisible to the naked eye.

The data collected by the instrument has been converted into illustrations that the human eye can see, and researchers will study this data to get a better idea of ​​the inner workings of Jupiter.

The James Webb Telescope, which cost 10 billion dollars, was sent into space about eight months ago, and is currently located about 1.5 million kilometers from the planet.

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