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Stunning new NASA images show Jupiter's Otherworldy Storms

NASA's Juno probe, currently orbiting Jupiter, shot a dramatic picture of the gas giant this month. With some artistic support from a human helper on Earth, the image of the space probe has become a visual masterpiece. The color-enhanced image of NASA's NASA software engineer Kevin M. Gill, who functions as one of the many amateur image processors in the …

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New Photos of Jupiter's Show the Planet from Fresh Perspectives

Jupiter is shown with its cloud layers running horizontally across the face of the gas giant. Jupiter from uncommon angles. Jupiter's southern latitudes. The photos were taken by NASA's Juno orbiter on February 25th, 2019. The individual JunoCam shots that were released on NASA's Image Processing website before Kevin M. Gill a software engineer and "data wrangler" at NASA's Jet …

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Jupiter's "dramatic" features captured during NASA's Juno mission inspire space lovers

NASA has shown their impressive view of their Juno spacecraft over the weekend, and saying that space enthusiasts were impressed would be an understatement. "Dramatic atmospheric features in the northern hemisphere of # Jupiter are captured in this image from my latest flyby, NASA wrote in a tweet of February 22 (19459005) and shared a photograph of Jupiter's swirling clouds …

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Stunning NASA video shows Jupiter's moons racing through his big red storm

It's been more than a year since the NASA probe orbited Cassini for an impressive thirteen years after orbiting Saturn. But even from the grave, the exquisite images of this robust probe continue to take its breath away. ] With photos from Cassini's flyby of Jupiter and its moons, NASA associate Kevin M. Gill created an absolutely stunning gif that …

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Volcanic plume rises from Jupiter's moon Io of Juno Probe

JunoCam image of Jupiter's moon Io and the volcanic cloud along the day-night boundary. Image: NASA / SwRI / MSSS On their 17th flight from Jupiter, NASA's Juno spacecraft experienced a volcanic cloud erupting from the surface of Io, the geologically most active of the gas well's 79 known moons. As detailed in a Southwest Research Institute press release, the …

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Juno's Latest Photo of Jupiter's Breathtaking | Smart News

On October 29, the Juno has been orbiting Jupiter since 2016, swooped above the planet's North Temperate Belt and snapped what may be its most mesmerizing image of the giant's gas yet. Gerald Eichstädt and Seán Doran, includes white pop-up clouds and an anticyclonic storm that appears as a white oval. The stormy image is not the just stunner to …

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NASA catches cosmic "dolphins" in Jupiter's clouds

Can you recognize the dolphin-like shape? NASA / SwRI / MSSS / Brian Swift / Seán Doran We have seen some unlikely maritime-inspired figures in space, such as a fish-like rock on Mars and a pair galaxies that look like an egg-like penguin . Now we can add a Jupiter dolphin to the list. NASA's Juno spacecraft is busy researching …

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