Webb telescope spots never-before-seen feature in Jupiter’s atmosphere
The Hubble Space Telescope recently captured a never-before-seen feature in Jupiter’s atmosphere that appears to be a huge wave made up of a line of storms. The feature has been dubbed a “string of pearls” because of the line of individual storms that make up the feature. The storms in this wave extend 1,900 miles across, and have been estimated to be more than 10,000 feet high. This intriguing feature has been seen in past images of the planet, but Hubble’s sharp resolution has allowed scientists to distinguish details that were not visible before.