Images were obtained by the Near Infrared Camera (NIRCam) instrument with different filters to focus at different wavelengths.
NASA held an event on Tuesday in which it showed the first images in color and high resolution image taken by the James Webb Space Telescope. Those photographs, which are the most detailed images to date of the early universe, were the focus of the evening. However, they are not the only ones obtained by the telescope, since a report on the use of the device contains two additional photos of Jupiter and three of its satellites.
The images were taken by the near-infrared camera instrument (NIRCam, for its acronym in English) with different filters to focus on different wavelengths.
In the photos you can see the rings of the planet, as well as Europa, Tebe and Metis, three of its satellites s.
These snapshots were taken as part of a test to ensure that the telescope can track bodies moving at high speed. Jupiter was the slowest of the nine objects photographed during the tests.