The Subaru Telescope shows two of its moons and its amazing dust ring.
The image is made up of infrared light and the gas methane - which Uranus' atmosphere is mostly made of - shows up blue.
What's in it?
Uranus is a gas-giant world that's hard to study from Earth even with the largest telescopes.
But the pictures aren't just for fun. They're helping scientists find out all about the planet's atmosphere.
Uranus has only been visited once by a spaceprobe in 1986 but there are no plans to return to the world yet.