The gases in Jupiter's atmosphere should form white clouds, so why do they look red? Two teams have found different recipes for the red in the Great Red Spot
A new view of Jupiter takes the usual shot of the planet's Great Red Spot and flips it on its side. The captivating new perspective comes from an image created by two citizen scientists who used data from the JunoCam on NASA's Juno spacecraft that's been in orbit for more than a year studying the planet, according to NASA. Show More Summary
With a little processing help, a NASA Juno spacecraft image of Jupiter shows off the planet's stormy beauty.
We love Juno's stunning new photos of Jupiter's Great Red Spot as much as anyone, but when it comes to giant storms, the Great Red Spot has some stiff competition. The new, huge storm is marked in the upper left corner, then grew brighter by July 2. Show More Summary
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Why Machinists Union Members Are to Thank for the Closest-Ever Images of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot IAM Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, a swirling gas storm more than double the size of Earth, is getting a close-up. The mesmerizing photos being...Show More Summary
An enormous barred spiral galaxy, a close-up of Jupiter's great red spot, and more this week in space.
Get a good look while you can: Jupiter's Great Red Spot is shrinking, and it might fade into memory within your lifetime. NASA's $1 billion Juno probe took stunning new photos of the tempest on Monday — the closest images we've everShow More Summary
This enhanced-color image of Jupiter's Great Red Spot was created by citizen scientist Gerald Eichstädt using data from the JunoCam imager on NASA's Juno spacecraft.
Thanks to NASA’s public media library, we’re able to see, download and edit the most amazing photos from space. And the latest photos of Jupiter by Juno spacecraft are groundbreaking and incredible. Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, the storm bigger the Earth, is now captured in the closest and the clearest photos ever. Show More Summary
NASA's $1 billion Juno probe beamed back its latest photos of Jupiter on Wednesday, and the images are stunning. The eye-popping new pictures feature the closest-ever views of the Great Red Spot (pictured above), a mega-storm about as...Show More Summary
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Whilst you nerd out over the latest and greatest from Juno, let me offer you some interesting nuggets of fact.
As NASA's Juno probe flew over Jupiter on July 10th, it snapped photographs of the planet's most iconic feature, the Great Red Spot. Following is a transcript of the video. This is our closest look at Jupiter's iconic "Great Red Spot." These photographs were taken by NASA's Juno probe. Show More Summary
NASA's Juno spacecraft has been orbiting Jupiter since July 2016, orbiting the massive planet five times so far, and collecting a lot of valuable data in the process. What Juno did Tuesday was for the data, but also for the spectacle,...Show More Summary
This is a post from Skymania News - Space and astronomy news and advice plus night sky NASA’s Juno space probe has swooped low over Jupiter’s famous Great Red Spot, to get the closest-ever views of a raging storm bigger than the Earth. The...Show More Summary
This is a shot of Jupiter's Great Red Spot, captured by the Juno spacecraft's flyover when it was only 5,600 miles above the storm, the closest it's every gotten. Beautiful, isn't it? Of course we could be staring at a closeup of the rash on some prankster NASA scientist's ballsack and not realize it. Show More Summary
NASA's Juno spacecraft sent back its closest images yet of Jupiter's Great Red Spot. Video provided by Newsy
This enhanced-color image of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot was created by citizen scientist Jason Major using data from the JunoCam imager on NASA’s Juno spacecraft. Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Jason Major › Full image and caption › Fu… Read The post NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Gets Stunning Close-Up of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot appeared first on Towleroad.
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