On July 27, 2022, the James Webb Space Telescope at NASA showed false color images of Jupiter.

The Milky Way was also visible through the telescope.

The rings of the planet as well as smaller satellites were also visible.

Cap Canaveral, the world's largest space telescope, is showing Jupiter with the same auroras as before.

In July of 2022, the James Webb Space Telescope took a spectacular picture of the northern and southern lights of Jupiter as well as the rotating polarity.

Jupiter's Great Red Spot, which is big enough to swallow the Earth whole and has lined up with innumerable storms.

Such a form of Jupiter has never been seen, it seems unbelievable.

Two small moons are also visible by telescope with the Milky Way OK background as against it.