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            Jupiter LIVES for the drama. Just look. 👀 ⁣

In this image we see Jupiter's volcanically active moon Io cast a shadow on its cloud tops as it transits in front of the Sun. Due to its sheer size and orbital tilt, the planet's many moons regularly cast their shadows upon its cloud tops. Citizen scientist Kevin M. Gill created this enhanced-color image using data from our Juno spacecraft's JunoCam imager while the spacecraft was about 4,885 miles (7,862 kilometers) above the clouds.⁣
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Image credits: NASA JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS⁣
Image processing by Kevin M. Gill, © CC BY 3.0.

Jupiter LIVES for the drama. Just look. 👀 ⁣ In this image we see Jupiter's volcanically active moon Io cast a shadow on its cloud tops as it transits in front of the Sun. Due to its sheer size and orbital tilt, the planet's many moons regularly cast their shadows upon its cloud tops. Citizen scientist Kevin M. Gill created this enhanced-color image using data from our Juno spacecraft's JunoCam imager while the spacecraft was about 4,885 miles (7,862 kilometers) above the clouds.⁣ ⁣ Image credits: NASA JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS⁣ Image processing by Kevin M. Gill, © CC BY 3.0. #nasa #jupiter #juno #JunoCam #space #drama #shady

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

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            Tumultuous, ethereal, mesmerizing how would you describe Jupiter? 
This compilation image of the planet’s stormy northern hemisphere was captured by @NASAJuno spacecraft as it performed a close pass of the gas giant. Some bright-white clouds can be seen popping up to high altitudes on the right side of Jupiter's disk.

Tumultuous, ethereal, mesmerizing how would you describe Jupiter? This compilation image of the planet’s stormy northern hemisphere was captured by @NASAJuno spacecraft as it performed a close pass of the gas giant. Some bright-white clouds can be seen popping up to high altitudes on the right side of Jupiter's disk. #JunoCam #NASAJuno #juno #JunoCam #jupiter #nasa #jpl #NASAJPL #space #outerspace #science #SWRI #planet #solarsystem #spacecraft #spacepic

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

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            Stormy contrast

From its orbital perch above

Stormy contrast From its orbital perch above #jupiter, @NASA’s Juno spacecraft captured this image of the planet’s colorful South Equatorial belt featuring the Great Red Spot and the mostly white Southern Tropical Zone. Citizen scientist Kevin M. Gill created this image using data from the spacecraft's JunoCam imager. The raw image was taken on July 20, 2019, at 9:37 p.m. PDT (July 21, 2019, at 12:37 a.m. EDT) as the Juno spacecraft performed its 21st close flyby of Jupiter. At the time the image was taken, the spacecraft was 26,697 miles (42,965 kilometers) from the tops of the clouds, above a latitude of 46 degrees south. #JunoCam #NASAJuno #juno #jove #nasa #jpl #NASAJPL #planet #STEM #engineering #science #spacepic #outerspace #space

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

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            @NASA’s Juno spacecraft captured this view of an area within a Jovian jet stream showing a vortex that has an intensely dark center. Nearby, other features display bright, high altitude clouds that have puffed up into the sunlight.
The color-enhanced image was taken at 12:55 a.m. PDT (3:55 p.m. EDT) on May 29, 2019, as the spacecraft performed its 20th science flyby of Jupiter. At the time, Juno was about 9,200 miles (14,800 kilometers) from the planet's cloud tops, above approximately 52 degrees north latitude.

@NASA’s Juno spacecraft captured this view of an area within a Jovian jet stream showing a vortex that has an intensely dark center. Nearby, other features display bright, high altitude clouds that have puffed up into the sunlight. The color-enhanced image was taken at 12:55 a.m. PDT (3:55 p.m. EDT) on May 29, 2019, as the spacecraft performed its 20th science flyby of Jupiter. At the time, Juno was about 9,200 miles (14,800 kilometers) from the planet's cloud tops, above approximately 52 degrees north latitude. #JunoCam #NASAJuno #juno #jupiter #nasa #jpl #NASAJPL #space #outerspace #science #SWRI #planet #solarsystem #spacecraft #spacepic

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            In this image we see Jupiter's volcanically active moon Io cast a shadow on its cloud tops as it transits in front of the Sun. Due to its sheer size and orbital tilt, the planet's many moons regularly cast their shadows upon its cloud tops. Citizen scientist Kevin M. Gill created this enhanced-color image using data from our Juno spacecraft's JunoCam imager while the spacecraft was about 4,885 miles (7,862 kilometers) above the clouds.⁣
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Image credits: NASA JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS⁣
Image processing by Kevin M. Gill, © CC BY 3.0.

In this image we see Jupiter's volcanically active moon Io cast a shadow on its cloud tops as it transits in front of the Sun. Due to its sheer size and orbital tilt, the planet's many moons regularly cast their shadows upon its cloud tops. Citizen scientist Kevin M. Gill created this enhanced-color image using data from our Juno spacecraft's JunoCam imager while the spacecraft was about 4,885 miles (7,862 kilometers) above the clouds.⁣ . . . @sci_media Follow @sci_media for more! . . . ⁣ Image credits: NASA JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS⁣ Image processing by Kevin M. Gill, © CC BY 3.0. #nasa #jupiter #juno #JunoCam #space #drama #shady

SETI Institute

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            JunoCam at PJ21 (2019 July 21)⠀
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PJ21 was Juno’s second pass directly over the Great Red Spot (GRS); and just as with the first pass at PJ7, by good fortune the spacecraft also flew over an anticyclonic white oval in the N.Tropical Zone (this time, White Spot Z), and close to another AWO in the NNTZ (this time, NN-WS-6). Because of the evolution of the spacecraft orbit, the geometry for imaging was much less favourable than at PJ7; nevertheless, good oblique images were obtained of all three ovals.  White Spot Z was imaged better than ever before, revealing several types of cloud bands.  The GRS was less disturbed than it was earlier in the year, having a fairly regular oval outline, but remnants of some of the recent remarkable phenomena can be seen.  The STB Spectre can also be seen, clearly compressed alongside the GRS.⠀
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The polar regions were very well covered as usual, demonstrating the persistence of the north polar octagon and the south polar pentagon despite distortions, and interesting haze bands; detailed maps are given in the report.⠀
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JunoCam at PJ21 (2019 July 21)⠀ ⠀ PJ21 was Juno’s second pass directly over the Great Red Spot (GRS); and just as with the first pass at PJ7, by good fortune the spacecraft also flew over an anticyclonic white oval in the N.Tropical Zone (this time, White Spot Z), and close to another AWO in the NNTZ (this time, NN-WS-6). Because of the evolution of the spacecraft orbit, the geometry for imaging was much less favourable than at PJ7; nevertheless, good oblique images were obtained of all three ovals. White Spot Z was imaged better than ever before, revealing several types of cloud bands. The GRS was less disturbed than it was earlier in the year, having a fairly regular oval outline, but remnants of some of the recent remarkable phenomena can be seen. The STB Spectre can also be seen, clearly compressed alongside the GRS.⠀ ⠀ The polar regions were very well covered as usual, demonstrating the persistence of the north polar octagon and the south polar pentagon despite distortions, and interesting haze bands; detailed maps are given in the report.⠀ ⠀ Credit: NASA / SwRI / MSSS / Kevin Gill⠀ ⠀ #JunoCam #juno #jupiter #pj21 #greatredspot #grs #whitespotz #Clouds #anticyclone #stbspectre #polarregion #nasa #SWRI #msss #citizenscience #solarsystem #space #science #PlanetaryScience #planetaryexploration

Astrofísica Cosmológica

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            La cima de la nube de Júpiter de mayor a menor

Esta vista de la nave espacial Juno de la NASA captura patrones coloridos e intrincados en una región de corriente de chorro del hemisferio norte de Júpiter conocida como "Jet N3". Las nubes de Júpiter no forman una superficie simple y plana. Los datos de Juno ayudaron a los científicos a descubrir que las bandas giratorias en la atmósfera se extienden profundamente en el planeta, a una profundidad de aproximadamente 3,000 kilómetros. En el centro a la derecha, un parche de nubes brillantes y emergentes de gran altitud se eleva sobre la atmósfera circundante.

El científico ciudadano Gerald Eichstädt creó esta imagen de color mejorado utilizando datos del generador de imágenes JunoCam de la nave espacial. La imagen original fue tomada el 29 de mayo de 2019, a la 1:01 a.m. PDT (4:01 a.m. EDT) cuando la nave espacial Juno realizó su vigésimo sobrevuelo cercano de Júpiter. En el momento en que se tomó la imagen, la nave espacial estaba a unos 9,700 kilómetros de la parte superior de las nubes, a una latitud de 39 grados norte.

Crédito de imagen: NASA / Juno / JPL-Caltech / SwRI / MSSS / Gerald Eichstadt

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La cima de la nube de Júpiter de mayor a menor Esta vista de la nave espacial Juno de la NASA captura patrones coloridos e intrincados en una región de corriente de chorro del hemisferio norte de Júpiter conocida como "Jet N3". Las nubes de Júpiter no forman una superficie simple y plana. Los datos de Juno ayudaron a los científicos a descubrir que las bandas giratorias en la atmósfera se extienden profundamente en el planeta, a una profundidad de aproximadamente 3,000 kilómetros. En el centro a la derecha, un parche de nubes brillantes y emergentes de gran altitud se eleva sobre la atmósfera circundante. El científico ciudadano Gerald Eichstädt creó esta imagen de color mejorado utilizando datos del generador de imágenes JunoCam de la nave espacial. La imagen original fue tomada el 29 de mayo de 2019, a la 1:01 a.m. PDT (4:01 a.m. EDT) cuando la nave espacial Juno realizó su vigésimo sobrevuelo cercano de Júpiter. En el momento en que se tomó la imagen, la nave espacial estaba a unos 9,700 kilómetros de la parte superior de las nubes, a una latitud de 39 grados norte. Crédito de imagen: NASA / Juno / JPL-Caltech / SwRI / MSSS / Gerald Eichstadt @afcosmologica #afcosmologica #astrofisicacosmologica #science #space #solarsystem #planet #planeta #planets #juno #jupiter #earth #Clouds #Cloud #astronomia #astronomy #Astronomía #giant #AstroPhotography #astrophotographer #nasa #NASAJPL #jpl #JunoCam #Cientifico #scientifico #scientific

Kevin J DeBruin🚀

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            JUPITER & IO
Jupiter has 79 confirmed moons right now and the 3rd largest, Io, is the shadow we see here.

Io is just a little larger than Earth’s moon and it is the most volcanically active body in our solar system.

Citizen scientist Kevin M. Gill (@apoapsys) created this enhanced-color image using data from our Juno spacecraft's JunoCam imager. Go give him a follow for more awesome space stuff!

Image: NASA JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS⁣
Image processing by Kevin M. Gill @apoapsys, © CC BY 3.0.

JUPITER & IO Jupiter has 79 confirmed moons right now and the 3rd largest, Io, is the shadow we see here. Io is just a little larger than Earth’s moon and it is the most volcanically active body in our solar system. Citizen scientist Kevin M. Gill (@apoapsys) created this enhanced-color image using data from our Juno spacecraft's JunoCam imager. Go give him a follow for more awesome space stuff! Image: NASA JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS⁣ Image processing by Kevin M. Gill @apoapsys, © CC BY 3.0. #nasa #jupiter #juno #JunoCam #space @nasa @nasajuno @nasajpl @nasasolarsystem #NASAJPL #jpl #io #moon #photography #AstroPhotography #planet #science #outerspace #Cosmos

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Jupiter’s volcanically active moon Io casts its shadow on the planet in this dramatic image from NASA’s Juno spacecraft. As with solar eclipses on the Earth, within the dark circle racing across Jupiter’s cloud tops one would witness a full solar eclipse as Io passes in front of the Sun.

Such events occur frequently on Jupiter because it is a large planet with many moons. In addition, unlike most other planets in our solar system, Jupiter’s axis is not highly tilted relative to its orbit, so the Sun never strays far from Jupiter’s equatorial plane (+/- 3 degrees). This means Jupiter’s moons regularly cast their shadows on the planet throughout its year.

Juno’s close proximity to Jupiter provides an exceptional fish-eye view, showing a small fraction near the planet’s equator. The shadow is about 2,200 miles (3,600 kilometers) wide, approximately the same width as Io, but appears much larger relative to Jupiter.

A little larger than Earth’s Moon, Io is perhaps most famous for its many active volcanoes, often caught lofting fountains of ejecta well above its thin atmosphere.

Citizen scientist Kevin M. Gill created this enhanced-color image using data from the spacecraft's JunoCam imager. The raw image was taken on Sept. 11, 2019 at 8:41 p.m. PDT (11:41 p.m. EDT) as the Juno spacecraft performed its 22nd close flyby of Jupiter.

#Repost @nasajuno • • • • • • Jupiter’s volcanically active moon Io casts its shadow on the planet in this dramatic image from NASA’s Juno spacecraft. As with solar eclipses on the Earth, within the dark circle racing across Jupiter’s cloud tops one would witness a full solar eclipse as Io passes in front of the Sun. Such events occur frequently on Jupiter because it is a large planet with many moons. In addition, unlike most other planets in our solar system, Jupiter’s axis is not highly tilted relative to its orbit, so the Sun never strays far from Jupiter’s equatorial plane (+/- 3 degrees). This means Jupiter’s moons regularly cast their shadows on the planet throughout its year. Juno’s close proximity to Jupiter provides an exceptional fish-eye view, showing a small fraction near the planet’s equator. The shadow is about 2,200 miles (3,600 kilometers) wide, approximately the same width as Io, but appears much larger relative to Jupiter. A little larger than Earth’s Moon, Io is perhaps most famous for its many active volcanoes, often caught lofting fountains of ejecta well above its thin atmosphere. Citizen scientist Kevin M. Gill created this enhanced-color image using data from the spacecraft's JunoCam imager. The raw image was taken on Sept. 11, 2019 at 8:41 p.m. PDT (11:41 p.m. EDT) as the Juno spacecraft performed its 22nd close flyby of Jupiter. #nasa #space #science #nature #jupiter #juno #JunoCam

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Juno captured this stunningly detailed look at a cyclonic storm in Jupiter’s atmosphere during its 23rd close flyby of the planet (also referred to as “perijove 23”). Juno observed this vortex in a region of Jupiter called the “north north north north temperate belt,” or NNNNTB, one of the gas giant planet’s many persistent cloud bands. These bands are formed by the prevailing winds at different latitudes. The vortex seen here is roughly 1,200 miles (2,000 kilometers) wide.

Jupiter is composed mostly of hydrogen and helium, but some of the color in its clouds may come from plumes of sulfur and phosphorus-containing gases rising from the planet's warmer interior.

Citizen scientist Kevin M. Gill created this image using data from the spacecraft's JunoCam imager. It was taken on Nov. 3, 2019, at 2:08 p.m. PST (5:08 p.m. EST). At the time, the spacecraft was about 5,300 miles (8,500 kilometers) from Jupiter’s cloud tops above a latitude of about 49 degrees.

#Repost @nasajuno • • • • • • Juno captured this stunningly detailed look at a cyclonic storm in Jupiter’s atmosphere during its 23rd close flyby of the planet (also referred to as “perijove 23”). Juno observed this vortex in a region of Jupiter called the “north north north north temperate belt,” or NNNNTB, one of the gas giant planet’s many persistent cloud bands. These bands are formed by the prevailing winds at different latitudes. The vortex seen here is roughly 1,200 miles (2,000 kilometers) wide. Jupiter is composed mostly of hydrogen and helium, but some of the color in its clouds may come from plumes of sulfur and phosphorus-containing gases rising from the planet's warmer interior. Citizen scientist Kevin M. Gill created this image using data from the spacecraft's JunoCam imager. It was taken on Nov. 3, 2019, at 2:08 p.m. PST (5:08 p.m. EST). At the time, the spacecraft was about 5,300 miles (8,500 kilometers) from Jupiter’s cloud tops above a latitude of about 49 degrees. #nasa #space #science #nature #jupiter #juno #JunoCam

GeekD

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            Αυτή η εντυπωσιακή εικόνα του θυελλώδους βόρειου ημισφαίριου του Δία συλλήφθηκε από το διαστημόπλοιο Juno της NASA καθώς πραγματοποίησε ένα κοντινό πέρασμα στον πλανήτη-γίγαντα. Κάποια έντονα λευκά σύννεφα παρατηρούνται να εμφανίζονται σε μεγάλα υψόμετρα στη δεξιά πλευρά του δίσκου του Δία.
Για την δημιουργία της εικόνας χρησιμοποιήθηκαν 4 φωτογραφίες που τραβήχτηκαν από το Juno στις 29 Μαΐου 2019, καθώς το σκάφος έκανε το 20ο πέρασμα του από τον Δία. Οι φωτογραφίες τραβήχτηκαν όταν το σκάφος βρισκόταν 18.600χμ και 8.600χμ πάνω από την ατμόσφαιρα του πλανήτη.
Την εικόνα δημιούργησε ο επιστήμονας-πολίτης Kevin M. Gill χρησιμοποιώντας τα δεδομένα που είχε συλλέξει το JunoCam imager.
Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Kevin M. Gill

Αυτή η εντυπωσιακή εικόνα του θυελλώδους βόρειου ημισφαίριου του Δία συλλήφθηκε από το διαστημόπλοιο Juno της NASA καθώς πραγματοποίησε ένα κοντινό πέρασμα στον πλανήτη-γίγαντα. Κάποια έντονα λευκά σύννεφα παρατηρούνται να εμφανίζονται σε μεγάλα υψόμετρα στη δεξιά πλευρά του δίσκου του Δία. Για την δημιουργία της εικόνας χρησιμοποιήθηκαν 4 φωτογραφίες που τραβήχτηκαν από το Juno στις 29 Μαΐου 2019, καθώς το σκάφος έκανε το 20ο πέρασμα του από τον Δία. Οι φωτογραφίες τραβήχτηκαν όταν το σκάφος βρισκόταν 18.600χμ και 8.600χμ πάνω από την ατμόσφαιρα του πλανήτη. Την εικόνα δημιούργησε ο επιστήμονας-πολίτης Kevin M. Gill χρησιμοποιώντας τα δεδομένα που είχε συλλέξει το JunoCam imager. Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Kevin M. Gill #space #διάστημα #astronomy #astrophysics #αστρονομία #αστροφυσική #juno #JunoCam #jupiter #nasa #πλανήτηςΔίας #ηλιακόσύστημα

Asafi Cali

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 Júpiter VIVE para el drama.  Solo mira. 👀 ⁣  En esta imagen, vemos a la luna volcánicamente activa de Júpiter, Io, proyectando una sombra sobre las nubes mientras transita frente al Sol.  Debido a su gran tamaño e inclinación orbital, las muchas lunas del planeta regularmente proyectan sus sombras sobre las nubes.  El científico ciudadano Kevin M. Gill creó esta imagen de color mejorado utilizando datos del generador de imágenes JunoCam de nuestra nave espacial Juno, mientras que la nave espacial estaba a unas 4,885 millas (7,862 kilómetros) sobre las nubes. ⁣
 Créditos de imagen: NASA JPL-Caltech / SwRI / MSSS⁣
 Procesamiento de imágenes por Kevin M. Gill, © CC BY 3.0.

#Repost @nasa con @get_repost ・ ・ ・ Júpiter VIVE para el drama. Solo mira. 👀 ⁣ En esta imagen, vemos a la luna volcánicamente activa de Júpiter, Io, proyectando una sombra sobre las nubes mientras transita frente al Sol. Debido a su gran tamaño e inclinación orbital, las muchas lunas del planeta regularmente proyectan sus sombras sobre las nubes. El científico ciudadano Kevin M. Gill creó esta imagen de color mejorado utilizando datos del generador de imágenes JunoCam de nuestra nave espacial Juno, mientras que la nave espacial estaba a unas 4,885 millas (7,862 kilómetros) sobre las nubes. ⁣ Créditos de imagen: NASA JPL-Caltech / SwRI / MSSS⁣ Procesamiento de imágenes por Kevin M. Gill, © CC BY 3.0. #nasa #jupiter #juno #JunoCam #space #drama #shady

Eder Andres Ballesteros Ortiz

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            Una vez más el hermoso paisaje de Júpiter nos muestra un interesante vórtice con un centro oscuro, rodeado de corrientes y nubes brillantes. Esta imagen mejorada en color, fue tomada por

Una vez más el hermoso paisaje de Júpiter nos muestra un interesante vórtice con un centro oscuro, rodeado de corrientes y nubes brillantes. Esta imagen mejorada en color, fue tomada por #JunoCam el 29 de mayo del 2019, cumpliendo así su 20vo perijove (NASA/Juno) Créditos: @astronomia_en_tu_bolsillo

💠jojie💠

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            Repost from @nasajuno A beautiful abyss. This view of an area within a Jovian jet stream includes a vortex with an intensely dark center. Nearby, other features display bright, high altitude clouds that have puffed up into the sunlight. 
NASA’s Juno took this color-enhanced image on May 29, 2019, as the spacecraft performed its 20th science flyby of Jupiter. Citizen scientists Gerald Eichstädt and Seán Doran created this image using data from the JunoCam imager. More info at the link in the bio.

Repost from @nasajuno A beautiful abyss. This view of an area within a Jovian jet stream includes a vortex with an intensely dark center. Nearby, other features display bright, high altitude clouds that have puffed up into the sunlight. NASA’s Juno took this color-enhanced image on May 29, 2019, as the spacecraft performed its 20th science flyby of Jupiter. Citizen scientists Gerald Eichstädt and Seán Doran created this image using data from the JunoCam imager. More info at the link in the bio. #nasa #space #science #nature #weather #photography #jupiter #juno #JunoCam

💠jojie💠

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            Repost from @nasajpl Jupiter has the fiercest magnetic field of any planet in the solar system. Thanks to @NASAJuno, for the first time we know that field changes over time, and have a good idea what’s driving those changes. Find out more at the link in our bio: https://go.nasa.gov/2VDcrCy

During future science passes, we will begin to create a planetwide map of Jupiter's changing magnetic field. It may also have applications for scientists studying Earth's magnetic field, which still contains many mysteries to be solved.

This striking view of Jupiter's Great Red Spot and turbulent southern hemisphere was captured by NASA's Juno spacecraft as it performed a close pass of the gas giant planet.
Juno took the three images used to produce this color-enhanced view on Feb. 12, 2019, between 9:59 a.m. PST (12:59 p.m. EST) and 10:39 a.m. PST (1:39 p.m. EST), as the spacecraft performed its 17th science pass of Jupiter. At the time the images were taken, the spacecraft was between 16,700 miles (26,900 kilometers) and 59,300 miles (95,400 kilometers) above Jupiter's cloud tops, above a southern latitude spanning from about 40 to 74 degrees.

Repost from @nasajpl Jupiter has the fiercest magnetic field of any planet in the solar system. Thanks to @NASAJuno, for the first time we know that field changes over time, and have a good idea what’s driving those changes. Find out more at the link in our bio: https://go.nasa.gov/2VDcrCy During future science passes, we will begin to create a planetwide map of Jupiter's changing magnetic field. It may also have applications for scientists studying Earth's magnetic field, which still contains many mysteries to be solved. This striking view of Jupiter's Great Red Spot and turbulent southern hemisphere was captured by NASA's Juno spacecraft as it performed a close pass of the gas giant planet. Juno took the three images used to produce this color-enhanced view on Feb. 12, 2019, between 9:59 a.m. PST (12:59 p.m. EST) and 10:39 a.m. PST (1:39 p.m. EST), as the spacecraft performed its 17th science pass of Jupiter. At the time the images were taken, the spacecraft was between 16,700 miles (26,900 kilometers) and 59,300 miles (95,400 kilometers) above Jupiter's cloud tops, above a southern latitude spanning from about 40 to 74 degrees. #space #science #nasa #jpl #NASAJPL #SWRI #planet #juno #NASAJuno #JunoCam #outerspace #solarsystem #spacecraft #greatredspot #magnetic #magnetism #weird #news

Ulf André Hedetoft

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            Jupiter LIVES for the drama. Just look. 👀 ⁣

In this image we see Jupiter's volcanically active moon Io cast a shadow on its cloud tops as it transits in front of the Sun. Due to its sheer size and orbital tilt, the planet's many moons regularly cast their shadows upon its cloud tops. Citizen scientist Kevin M. Gill created this enhanced-color image using data from our Juno spacecraft's JunoCam imager while the spacecraft was about 4,885 miles (7,862 kilometers) above the clouds.⁣
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Image credits: NASA JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS⁣
Image processing by Kevin M. Gill, © CC BY 3.0.

Jupiter LIVES for the drama. Just look. 👀 ⁣ In this image we see Jupiter's volcanically active moon Io cast a shadow on its cloud tops as it transits in front of the Sun. Due to its sheer size and orbital tilt, the planet's many moons regularly cast their shadows upon its cloud tops. Citizen scientist Kevin M. Gill created this enhanced-color image using data from our Juno spacecraft's JunoCam imager while the spacecraft was about 4,885 miles (7,862 kilometers) above the clouds.⁣ ⁣ Image credits: NASA JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS⁣ Image processing by Kevin M. Gill, © CC BY 3.0. #nasa #jupiter #juno #JunoCam #space #drama #shady #triplets #60sfashion #70sfashion #70smusic #60smusic #tvseries #Netflix #hbo #space #spacex #nasa #rocket #mars #aerospace #elonmusk #moonlanding #spaceshuttle #spacewalk #science #astronaut #apollo11

Paul Thompson

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            Howdy-ho!! You know you see it too. Spotted on Jupiter during the Jupiter flyby last October 2018

Howdy-ho!! You know you see it too. Spotted on Jupiter during the Jupiter flyby last October 2018 #jupiter #JunoCam #mrhankie 📷: NASA/JPL/SwRI/MSSS/Kevin M. Gill

Ulf André Hedetoft

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            @NASA’s Juno spacecraft captured this view of an area within a Jovian jet stream showing a vortex that has an intensely dark center. Nearby, other features display bright, high altitude clouds that have puffed up into the sunlight.
The color-enhanced image was taken at 12:55 a.m. PDT (3:55 p.m. EDT) on May 29, 2019, as the spacecraft performed its 20th science flyby of Jupiter. At the time, Juno was about 9,200 miles (14,800 kilometers) from the planet's cloud tops, above approximately 52 degrees north latitude.

@NASA’s Juno spacecraft captured this view of an area within a Jovian jet stream showing a vortex that has an intensely dark center. Nearby, other features display bright, high altitude clouds that have puffed up into the sunlight. The color-enhanced image was taken at 12:55 a.m. PDT (3:55 p.m. EDT) on May 29, 2019, as the spacecraft performed its 20th science flyby of Jupiter. At the time, Juno was about 9,200 miles (14,800 kilometers) from the planet's cloud tops, above approximately 52 degrees north latitude. #JunoCam #NASAJuno #juno #jupiter #nasa #jpl #NASAJPL #space #outerspace #science #SWRI #planet #solarsystem #spacecraft #spacepic