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NASA’s Juno spacecraft takes its first pictures of the north pole of Jupiter Moon Ganymede

These images, taken by the JIRAM instrument on board NASA’s Juno spacecraft on December 26, 2019, provide the first infrared map of Ganymede’s northern border. Frozen water molecules, which were detected at both poles, have no significant order in their arrangement and have a different infrared signature than ice at the equator. Credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / SwRI / ASI …

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NASA Jupiter Probe Images Giant Giant Moon Like Never Before (Photos)

These images, taken by the JIRAM instrument on board NASA’s Juno spacecraft on December 26, 2019, provide the first infrared map of Ganymede’s northern border. Frozen water molecules, which were detected at both poles, have no significant order in their arrangement and have a different infrared signature than ice at the equator. (Photo credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / SwRI / …

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Watch the sky: Jupiter in the opposition

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – Last week was an exciting week for star gazers when the comet NEOWISE brightened the morning sky. The comet is now visible in the northern latitudes in the evening sky, so that the non-early risers can see it. If you are traveling after sunset the cometYou can also take a look at Jupiter and Saturn. …

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Almighty closer, Jupiter cutscene, point tracking error

Fate 2 Bungie It’s the last reset before the next unannounced season of Destiny 2, and yes, things do happen. When you sign up today, players will immediately be greeted by an incredibly short teaser trailer that has been dated a while ago, but is likely new to anyone who doesn’t follow it. It shows Jupiter, then a short triangular …

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NASA has shared a new photo of Jupiter from Juno

The Juno mission to Jupiter has produced images that, alongside incredibly valuable science, can become the best-known images of the largest planet in our solar system. Some of the most memorable photos have shown us the swirling atmosphere of the gas giant. It’s hard to compare what returns to a painting because the surreally beautiful patterns flow through the atmosphere …

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New images from Jupiter reveal holes in the Great Red Spot

New snapshots from Jupiter show its turbulent infrared weather – the light spectrum directly behind the visible wavelengths. To get these unprecedentedly sharp images, a team of researchers from NASA and the University of California at Berkeley combined data from the Hubble space telescope, the Juno spacecraft orbiting Jupiter, and the Gemini observatory on Earth. The team published the images …

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