Webb has returned an image of ringed Uranus, currently experiencing the dog days of northern hemisphere summer.
What else is hidden in archival data?
"Mushballs," first inferred to exist on Jupiter, may fall within the atmospheres of all the solar system's giant planets.
As the bright planets march westward, Uranus and Neptune become the fresh new faces of fall. And if you've never seen an ultra-thin lunar crescent, here's your chance.