The James Webb Space Telescope continues to impress.
In new images released by NASA, Neptune’s rings, moons and other details can be seen. Astronomers say they are the best images of our solar system’s most distant planet since Voyager 2 visited the area in 1989.
The James Webb Space Telescope views celestial objects in a light band that is nearly invisible to the human eye, exposing details that would not ordinarily be seen. Astronomers are able to use the images to draw conclusions about Neptune’s makeup, behavior and weather patterns. View all of the new images here.