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Farthest planet from sun and its satellites revealed in unprecedented detail by space telescope’s infrared imagerFarthest planet from sun and its satellites revealed in unprecedented detail by space telescope’s infrared imager

Neptune and its rings shown in striking new light by Webb telescope | Astronomy | The Guardian

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope shows off its capabilities closer to home with its first image of Neptune.NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope shows off its capabilities closer to home with its first image of Neptune.

New Webb Image Captures Clearest View of Neptune’s Rings in Decades | NASA

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The pictures show Neptune's faint dust bands, never before observed in the infrared.The pictures show Neptune's faint dust bands, never before observed in the infrared.

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New images from the space-based observatory offer a novel view of the planet in infrared.New images from the space-based observatory offer a novel view of the planet in infrared.

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The James Webb Space Telescope has provided a stunning image of Neptune and its rings and moons unrivaled detail.The image represents the first detailed look at the ice giant's ring system for more than 30 years.

James Webb Space Telescope captures image of Neptune's rings, moons | Space

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The Webb also captured seven of Neptune's 14 known moons.The Webb also captured seven of Neptune's 14 known moons.

James Webb Captures Clearest View Of Neptunes Rings In Over 30 Years

The James Webb Space Telescope has made incredible headway, peering farther across space and time than any telescope that came before.The view is spectacular.

JWST's First Glimpse of Mars Reveals The Red Planet in a New Light : ScienceAlert

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Months after dazzling the world with the deepest view of the cosmos ever captured, NASA's James Webb Telescope turned its gaze to something much closer to home.Months after dazzling the world with the deepest view of the cosmos ever captured, NASA's James Webb Telescope turned its gaze to something much closer to home.

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Astronomers say the new James Webb Space Telescope photo is the clearest shot of Neptune taken in more than 30 years, revealing its faint, dusty rings in never-before-seen detail.Hubble couldn't put a ring on it.

Webb space telescope's new Neptune images reveal ghostly, stunning rings | Mashable

NASA says Webb offers a unique view of Mars with its unparalleled infrared sensitivity.  ...NASA says Webb offers a unique view of Mars with its unparalleled infrared sensitivity. 

First Mars Images from Webb Telescope Reveal Clues About Its Atmosphere - ExtremeTech

Latest Webb Telescope images show usually cool blue Neptune glowing in infrared light Latest Webb Telescope images show usually cool blue Neptune glowing in infrared light

Ethereal Neptune glows in latest Webb Telescope photos | The Independent

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Just released: NASA's Webb captures clearest view of Neptune's rings in more than 30 years | Science-Environment

"It has been three decades since we last saw these faint, dusty rings.""It has been three decades since we last saw these faint, dusty rings."

New JWST image reveals full glory of Neptune, its moons, and rings | Ars Technica

"It has been three decades since we last saw these faint, dusty rings.""It has been three decades since we last saw these faint, dusty rings."

New JWST image reveals full glory of Neptune, its moons, and rings | Ars Technica

Infrared images of Mars taken by the James Webb Space Telescope could help us better understand its atmosphereInfrared images of Mars taken by the James Webb Space Telescope could help us better understand its atmosphere

James Webb Space Telescope captures its first pictures of Mars | New Scientist

The NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope is showing off its capabilities closer to home with its first image of Neptune. Not only has Webb captured the clearest view of this peculiar planet’s rings in more than 30 years, but its cameras are also revealing the ice giant in a whole new light.The NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope is showing off its capabilities closer to home with its first image of Neptune. Not only has Webb captured the clearest view of this peculiar planet’s rings in more than 30 years, but its cameras are also revealing the ice giant in a whole new light.

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The James Webb Space Telescope has captured its first image of Neptune, and it's the best view of the planet's rings in over 30 years..The James Webb Space Telescope has captured its first image of Neptune, and it's the best view of the planet's rings in over 30 years..

James Webb Space Telescope captures the best image of Neptune's rings in decades | Engadget

Webb's unprecedented infrared imaging capabilities provide a new glimpse into the farthest planet from the sun.Webb's unprecedented infrared imaging capabilities provide a new glimpse into the farthest planet from the sun.

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NASA's James Webb Space Telescope was launched in December 2021. It has recently captured its first images of Mars.NASA's James Webb Space Telescope was launched in December 2021. It has recently captured its first images of Mars.

This is how Mars looks: NASA James Webb Space Telescope images are here | Mint