The Hubble telescope continues to reveal changes in Jupiter and Uranus atmospheres.
Jupiter is the largest planet while Uranus is about four times wider than Earth.
Uranus' 2014 image shows ice-crystal clouds and a faint ring system.
In the 2022 view, Uranus' north pole is turned toward the Sun, showing a polar cap and storms.
By 2028, Hubble will have a great opportunity to better image Uranus' structure.
Jupiter's Great Red Spot persists for centuries, and the planet has swirling cyclones.
Hubble's observations show Jupiter's stormy weather, especially at lower latitudes.
Jupiter's November 2022 image shows a "vortex street" of cyclones and anticyclones.
Io's shadow is visible in the first image, while the second shows the Great Red Spot and Ganymede.
Hubble launched in 1990 and has imaged galaxy mergers and measured distant star masses.
The telescope has had stumbles but keeps going, now working in tandem with Webb.