The James Webb telescope captured Saturn’s rings for the first time.
Thus he managed to record the brightest image of the planet Saturn, specifically of its rings.
The first official image of Saturn captured by NASA’s telescope shows detail through the planet’s ring system, along with some of its moons, Dione, Enceladus and Tethys.
The black-and-white images that were first published were taken as part of a study by astronomers at the University of Leicester in Britain about Saturn, looking to reveal new information about the planet, its impressive rings and dozens of moons.
The images were captured on June 24 and 25, and the planet is captured along with its rings that appear to have a neon-like glow.