The world's largest and most powerful space telescope has captured incredibly detailed photographs of Jupiter in infrared light,

Showcasing two moons, two rings and distant galaxies.

Captured in July and released by NASA on Monday, images from the James Webb Space Telescope showcase intricate swirls, rings and tiny satellites on the planet,

Thanks to the telescope's three-part infrared filters.

Because infrared light is not visible to the human eye,

Researchers worked with citizen scientist Judy Schmidt of Modesto to recolor the image to make the details more apparent.

The planet's north and south auroras from ionized hydrogen are highly visible, as are high-altitude hazes,

Dark ribbons of regions with little cloud cover and the notorious Great Red Spot, a storm large enough to entirely engulf our planet.