At high latitudes Earth has auroras - northern and southern lights. And Jupiter also has auroras
. The image is a composite of two Hubble observations. One gives us Jupiter's full-color disk in visible light. However the auroras are so powerful that they show up in ultraviolet light, so were photographed by a different instrument sensitive to far-ultraviolet light.
Credits: NASA, ESA, and J. Nichols (University of Leicester)