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James Webb telescope captures 'incredible' images of Jupiter: See photos

The latest photos show Jupiter's signature elements, such as northern and southern lights, swirling polar haze, and regions of extreme temperature

Jupiter captured by James Webb
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Jupiter captured by James Webb telescope. (Photo: NASA)

BS Web Team New Delhi
The world's biggest telescope has released the latest images of Jupiter showing the largest planet in the solar system as never before. While the images of Jupiter have always been of a little yellowish-orange sphere, the James Webb space telescope has captured the largest planet in a very different form, with auroras, storms, and all, a release from Nasa showed. 

The latest photos, taken in July by the Webb telescope, show Jupiter's signature elements, such as northern and southern lights, swirling polar haze, and regions of extreme temperature. The images released by Nasa also capture Jupiter with its rings, tiny

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First Published: Aug 23 2022 | 11:21 AM IST

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