The far planet Neptune is depicted in recent photos from the James Webb Space Telescope hanging amid a tapestry
This is only the most recent observation from astronomers' new observatory on the cosmos.
This week, researchers published Webb's initial images of Mars and Neptune.
Since NASA's Voyager 2 probe flew by Neptune in 1989, the infrared has provided the greatest images
of the big planet's obscured rings. Additionally, Webb gave the world's first-ever view of the flimsy dusty rings in infrared light.
An astronomer with experience using telescopes to observe the outer planets of the solar system,
Heidi Hammel, tweeted her excitement at the latest Webb images.