Jupiter glows in new James Webb Space Telescope raw image

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Jupiter always shines, even when seen sideways in unprocessed data.

Astronomers are busy poring through new data from the James Webb Space Telescope (nicknamed Webb or JWST) in a continuing rush to spot ever-more-distant galaxies. But the observatory is continuing to study plenty of objects closer to home.




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