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James Webb Space Telescope Captures Neptune Images

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The James Webb Space Telescope's recent Solar System tour revealed Neptune's location, the largest planet in our galaxy. 

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The observatory has shared its first image of Neptune. It is the most detailed view of the rings of the icy planet in more than 30 years. 

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This picture not only shows the rings of dust in the near-infrared spectrum but is also clear. 

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The planet appears ghostly at these wavelengths because it absorbs so much visible and infrared light it doesn't appear blue.

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The image includes seven of Neptune's 14 moons confirmed, including Triton (the star at the top),  Galatea, Naiad, Thalassa, Despina, Proteus and Larissa. 

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The methane-ice cloud streaks and bright spots on the planet are methane-ice clouds. There is also a swirl around the south pole.

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Triton's eye-catching look is due to the James Webb telescope's diffraction spikes and a condensed Nitro surface, which typically reflects 70% of sunlight.

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