"James-Webb" space telescope sent a photo of the rings of Neptune, the most distant planet of the Solar System.

APA reports that the photo was released by NASA.

It is reported that the closest photo of Neptune was taken by the Voyager 1 spacecraft in 1989.

This time, the photos are of higher quality.

By analyzing the photos, it was proved that there is methane gas in Neptune's atmosphere.

The telescope was also able to take pictures of 14 known moons of the planet.