Two views of the South Pole of Uranus. The featureless image on the left shows Uranus about as our eyes would see it. The image on the right (captured using ultraviolet, violet, and orange filters and displayed with exaggerated colors) shows the "hood" of methane clouds around the pole. The South Pole is just below and left of the center of the planet's disk in this view. Voyager 2 captured these images in January 1986.
Images courtesy of NASA/JPL.