James Webb Space Telescope view of Saturn’s moon Titan excites scientists

NASA, ESA, CSA, A. Pagan (STScI), W. M. Keck Observatory


The James Webb Space Telescope has turned us into excited little children at Digital Camera World, so it’s no surprise that planetary scientists are thrilled at the images coming from the revolutionary telescope – including Webb’s latest images of Saturn’s largest moon, Titan.

As I’ve said before (as a casual observer rather than an expert scientist), one of the brilliant things about the official Webb website from NASA is that each image is accompanied by a clear explanation of how the image was created or what it’s showing.