James Webb telescope has taken new images of Jupiter's moons

NASA has caught new adjustable pictures of Jupiter that show auroras, height levels and overcast covers

The most recent photographs, caught with NASA's James Webb Space Telescope, show groups of blue and dim in the center, with rainbow-shaded tints at the planet's shafts

The telescope utilizes a camera with three sift that can plan through infrared light

"We hadn't exactly anticipated that it should be this great, frankly," said planetary space expert and UC-Berkeley teacher Imke de Pater

"It's truly striking that we can see subtleties on Jupiter along with its rings, minuscule satellites, and even cosmic systems in a single picture

The red on the photographs show auroras, while the yellows and greens show fogs twirling around the posts

The white groups and spots show overcast cover, including the Great Red Spot, a huge tempest that "could swallow Earth," NASA said