The James Webb Space Telescope has been taking stunning images of the cosmos since it began viewing it.
Webb provided fresh insight into the fabled Pillars of Creation, vast clouds of gas and dust that continuously give birth to new stars.
The Southern Ring Nebula, a massive cloud of gas and dust located 2,000 light-years from Earth, was photographed by Webb in July.
Webb has evolved its attention to the solar system and astounded researchers with this unsettling infrared image of Jupiter.
Webb even saw Neptune's rings, which is unusual to see.
The biggest moon of Saturn, Titan, was also captured on camera by the infrared telescope.
As part of the first-ever planetary defense test, Webb captured NASA's Double Asteroid Redirection Test spacecraft successfully slamming into the asteroid Dimorphous.
Webb has taken some stunning pictures of the universe in just over five months of scientific operations.
In comparison to Hubble, NASA's previous iconic space observatory, Webb is almost 100 times more powerful.
Scientists emphasize that the most powerful telescope ever used by NASA is only in its infancy.