The "Sense Alert" scientific website published pictures of Jupiter, using a technology that can control lighting, infrared and ultraviolet rays.
The Astronomy Research Laboratory at the National Science Foundation (NOIRLab) in the United States is collaborating with NASA to produce these images that "reflect how astronomy can provide us with new data" about the planets.
The three images were taken simultaneously on January 11, 2017, using the "Hubble Space Telescope" with a camera, the "Gemini North Ground Telescope" and the "Juno" space probe of NASA.
The ultraviolet images of Jupiter help scientists track the "height and distribution" of particles in the atmosphere, and scientists are using such images to study the planet.
Source: Al Horra