Uranus, photographed by the Hubble Space Telescope through various filters.  Of note is what appears to be a cloud centre-right; Uranus looked almost completely featureless in Voyager’s pictures, but at least at some wavelengths, there is something going on in the atmosphere. The rings are also clearly visible in the last few frames (892nm methane filter).  Assuming I made no interpretational blunders with HORIZONS data, Miranda is the small moon at the bottom of the frame, and Ariel is near the top.
Photographed 24 August 2006, Proposal ID 10805.

Uranus, photographed by the Hubble Space Telescope through various filters.  Of note is what appears to be a cloud centre-right; Uranus looked almost completely featureless in Voyager’s pictures, but at least at some wavelengths, there is something going on in the atmosphere. The rings are also clearly visible in the last few frames (892nm methane filter).  Assuming I made no interpretational blunders with HORIZONS data, Miranda is the small moon at the bottom of the frame, and Ariel is near the top.

Photographed 24 August 2006, Proposal ID 10805.