The image's spirals around the star represent a start. Webb's observations usually create diffraction spikes.
This picture also shows how light passes through the gases and other debris left behind when the binary stars orbit.
Wolf-Rayet and O-type stars are uncommon. They seldom cohabit in space. As seen, the two stars orbit each other.
When they encounter in their periastron, their tremendous winds create debris and dust that is lighted by their brightness.
It's a stunning picture opportunity. James Webb's wind binary image is similarly stunning.
When star dust clouds meet, ultraviolet light heats them. This causes James Webb's dust and substance to sparkle and glow.