The artworks of Bob Ross are being exhibited in in a solo show outside his studio for the first time, almost a generation on from his his death. 24 paintings by the beloved artist and television host - who passed away in 1995 - are being displayed at the Franklin Park Arts Center in Purcellville, Virginia until October 15. The exhibition is titled 'Happy Accidents', a reference to Ross's widely quoted catchphrase: ' We don't make mistakes here, we have happy accidents'. The artworks of Bob Ross are being exhibited in a solo show outside of his studio for the FIRST TIME - more than two decades after the iconic painter and TV host died from cancer
The images also show Jupiter's Great Red Spot, a storm big enough to swallow Earth, moving across the planet alongside countless smaller storms.
Tom Gillespie ~ Sky News
The world's most powerful telescope has captured images of Jupiter showing faint rings around the planet and two tiny moons against a glittering background of galaxies.
The images taken by the James Webb Telescope also captured unprecedented views of Jupiter's northern and southern lights.
The photos also show Jupiter's Great Red Spot, a storm big enough to swallow Earth, moving across the planet alongside countless smaller storms.
One wide-field picture shows faint rings around the solar system's biggest planet as well as two tiny moons.
"We've never seen Jupiter like this. It's all quite incredible," planetary astronomer Imke de Pater, of the University of California, Berkeley, said in a statement.