The giant planets in infrared

Behold the giant planets in infrared [via James O'Donahue]! Specifically, the infrared wavelength of light is represented as white so that you can see it, among other false-color features of the images. It's from the paper Giant Planet Atmospheres: Dynamics and Variability from UV to Near-IR Hubble and Adaptive Optics Imaging, by Amy A. Simon, Michael H. Wong, Lawrence A. Sromovsky, Leigh N. Fletcher and Patrick M. Fry.

Dr. O' Donahue:

The credits are long, so they go here. Jupiter (VLT, 2008). Saturn (Gemini, 2009). Uranus (Keck, 2004). Neptune (Keck, 2007). For composite: M.van Dam, E. Schaller.