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NASA Has Released 30 Stunning High Definition Photographs of Jupiter

NASA Has Released 30 Stunning High Definition Photographs of Jupiter

When the world is fighting against the pandemic of the Coronavirus, NASA continues its job by sharing some fantastic pictures of the planet Jupiter. Those images are fantastic and make people travel virtually across the solar system while sitting at home.

Although these pictures cannot be able to heal that pain of this pandemic but can able to give a great experience to the people. People have started missing their days, which they were able to do freely before.

They actually should be thankful the social media, by which they can still connect with friends, chat with them, do their work and explore the globe. Here is the opportunity for those who are stuck inside their home to know about some very significant ongoing research in the space Centre of NASA.

All of those are image credit goes to Nasa.gov

#1 Stunning Jupiter photos

NASA’s Juno HD Jupiter Photos
Credit: Nasa.gov

“An extraordinary image captured of 2 storms merging together taken from NASA’s spacecraft Juno of Jupiter’s atmosphere”

Jade Smalls

Researchers are doing their best to make reach where humans are yet to reach. NASA has successfully developed so many space programs. After landing on the Moon, they have
successfully gone far away.

Some of their most significant achievements are; Hubble Space Telescope, which was launched in the year 1991 and had taken some beautiful images of galaxy and planets, on 26th November 2011, Curiosity Rover was launched and successfully landed on Mars on 6th August 2012 to check whether this planet was ever able to hold up the life of Microbial. This year NASA is celebrating the 20 years of international Space Station orbiting Earth.

The new frontiers space program is exciting that has been started with the launch if New Horizon on 19th January 2006. It passed the Jupiter in February 2007. After passing Jupiter, it has conducted six months of flyby study of Pluto and managed to get some of the beautiful images.

#2 Great Red Spot by Nasa Jupiter

“The Great Red Spot and tempestuous southern hemisphere was taken by NASA’s spacecraft Juno during a nearby pass of this great gas planet”

Jade Smalls
Great Red Spot southern hemisphere Jupiter

It was expected for some more ventures in the Kuiper belt. Scientists are planning to examine some other small icy worlds in Kuiper belt, which were estimated one billion miles far from Neptune at least.

#3 Jupiter photos captured by Nasa

This image captures the swirling cloud formations around the south pole of Jupiter, looking up toward the equatorial region.

image swirling cloud formations south pole Jupiter photos

Juno is NASA’S second spacecraft, which was designed and launched on 05th August 2011. After some space maneuvers operations and gravity assist in July 2013, Juno finally landed on Jupiter in July 2016.

#4

“Jupiters’ southern hemisphere is totally overtaken by these whirling cloud belts in the image taken by NASA’s spacecraft Juno.”

Jade Smalls
Jovian clouds in striking shades nasa Juno spacecraft by photographs

It has taken some beautiful pictures of this giant planet for further scientific research. The images of Jupiter are made from 484 million far away from earth, which uploaded recently to show the captivating view of the planet’s southern hemisphere, including its atmosphere, temperature, and characteristics.

#5

“Known as a white oval, these are images of “pop-up” swirling clouds that emerge in an anticyclonic storm. Captured by NASA’s spacecraft Juno, in Jupiter’s vibrant North North Temperate Belt.”

Jade Smalls
white oval jupiter north temperate belt anticyclonic storm

All the images of Jupiter are captured by Juno Onboard camera on 17th February 2020. Scientist Kevin M. Gill collected them and assembled them into a great view. All the images are captured while Juno was rotating in between 30700 miles to 62,400 miles high from Jupiter’s cloud.

#6 Stunning image of Jupiter’s moon lo

“A stunning image of Jupiter’s moon Io, generating its shadow onto the planet. Same as Earth when solar eclipses are experienced, is when Io passes in front of the Sun on Jupiter.”

Jade Smalls
stunning image of jupiter moon loss passes in front of the sun on Jupiter

The goal of sending Juno spacecraft to Jupiter is to help scientists to understand the formation and evolution of the planet Jupiter. As we know, in the solar system, Jupiter is the giant planet, so studying it will allow the generation to know about how this kind of big world is formed.

#7

Jupiter’s cloud tops one would witness a full solar eclipse as Io passes in front of the Sun.

Jupiter’s cloud tops one would witness a full solar eclipse as Io passes in front of the Sun.
Credit: Nasa.gov

It will also give a pictorial view of the way it has been influencing the orbit of another world like Asteroids. It is not just like Jupiter is rotating the sun. It is the giant planet in the solar system which actually contains twice the amount of materials and minerals of other object and particles in the solar system including star, planets comets, and asteroids.

#8

“During a flyby of the gas giant on the 16th of December 2017, the abundant white clouds are seen in this picture of…”

Jade Smalls
flyby gas giant abundant white clouds Jupiter
Credit: Nasa.gov

According to the news from NASA, the composition of Jupiter can resemble a star. Their
a scientist has calculated that if Jupiter had been massive 80 times as it of now, then that formation will become a star called Red Dwarf.

#9

This image shows Jupiter’s south pole, as seen by NASA’s Juno spacecraft from an altitude of 32,000 miles (52,000 kilometers). The oval features are cyclones, up to 600 miles (1,000 kilometers) in diameter.

nasa juno spacecraft Jupiter south pole

These are the better example of stunning pictures of Jupiter which are extracted from the data of NASA’s Juno onboard camera. These images are views the southern hemisphere and its beauty. These images can be used for studying Jupiter and can help scientists to know about the formation and evolution of the planet. Such a singular vision has shown by NASA.

#10

“Complex and intriguing patterns in a jet stream region of Jupiter’s northern hemisphere known as “JetN3” are taken from NASA’s Juno spacecraft.”

Jade Smalls
Jupiter northern hemisphere JetN3 complex patterns

It is an opportunity for the people if they have some extra time on their hand can come while staying at home, NASA will welcome them to play with pictures of Jupiter. When they are finished can post those pictures to the website of Junocam.

#11

“Turbulent northern areas are captured by Juno, NASA’s spacecraft on the close advance on the 17th of February 2020.”

Jade Smalls
Turbulent northern areas are captured by Juno, NASA’s spacecraft on the close advance on the 17th of February 2020
Credit: Nasa.gov

#12

“A whirlpool with a deep dark core is clearly depicted in this image of a view of an area inside a Jovian jet stream.”

Jade Smalls
Jovian jet stream whirlpool deep dark core
Credit: Nasa.gov

#13

See intricate cloud patterns in the northern hemisphere of Jupiter in this new view taken by NASA’s Juno spacecraft.

Stunning cloud patterns taken by Nasa Juno spacecraft

#14

NASA’s Juno mission captured this look at the southern hemisphere of Jupiter on Feb. 17, 2020, during the spacecraft’s most recent close approach to the giant planet.

southern hemisphere jupiter nasa juno mission

#15

“Jupiter does not have a dense surface like Earth and data collected by NASA’s spacecraft Juno, has revealed that this…”

Jade Smalls
Jupiter surface recorded by Juno

#16

“On the 21st of December 2018, this stunning image of the southern hemisphere of Jupiter was taken from Juno, NASA’s spacecraft on a nearby flyby of the gas planet”

Jade Smalls
Jupiter spacecraft gas planet

#17

Jupiter’s north temperate belt in this new view taken by NASA’s Juno spacecraft.

Jupiter's north temperate belt in this new view taken by NASA’s Juno spacecraft.

#18

“Remarkable hues of blue are depicted in this image of Jovian clouds taken by NASA’s spacecraft, Juno.”

Jade Smalls
jovian clouds hues of blue NASA

#19

“The color-enhanced view captures one of the white ovals in the “String of Pearl”

The color-enhanced view captures one of the white ovals in the “String of Pearls”

#20

“Captured with Jupiter’s northern hemisphere, turbulent and twirling cloud bands are depicted in what could look like a watercolor painting at first glance!”

Jade Smalls
Captured with Jupiter’s northern hemisphere, turbulent and twirling cloud bands are depicted in what could look like a water colour painting at first glance!

#21

Colorful swirling cloud belts dominate Jupiter’s southern hemisphere in this image captured by NASA’s Juno spacecraft.

Jupiter southern hemisphere color swirling coloud belts

#22

Small bright clouds dot Jupiter’s entire south tropical zone in this image acquired by JunoCam on NASA’s Juno spacecraft on May 19, 2017, at an altitude of 7,990 miles (12,858 kilometers).

Jovian cloudscape jupiter south tropical zone

#23

A dynamic storm at the southern edge of Jupiter’s northern polar region dominates this Jovian cloudscape, courtesy of NASA’s Juno spacecraft.

dynamic storm southern edge of jupiter

#24

“A striking image of Jupiter’s distinct Great Red Spot and the enfolding turbulent areas captured by NASA’s spacecraft Juno.”

Jade Smalls
striking image jupiter great red spot

#25

“Jupiters’ southern hemisphere is totally overtaken by these whirling cloud belts in the image taken by NASA’s spacecraft Juno.”

Jade Smalls
whirling cloud belts southern hemisphere

#26

“Nearby the South Pole of Jupiter, twirling cloud configurations are captured looking upwards to the equatorial area.”

Jade Smalls
twirling cloud configuration equatorial

#27

This striking view of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot and turbulent southern hemisphere was captured by NASA’s Juno spacecraft.

Jupiter great red spot turbulent southern hemisphere

#28

Citizen scientist Rick Lundh created this abstract Jovian artwork using data from the JunoCam imager on NASA’s Juno spacecraft.

Citizen scientist Rick Lundh created this abstract Jovian

#29

This image captures a high-altitude cloud formation surrounded by swirling patterns in the atmosphere of Jupiter’s North North Temperate Belt region.

High-Altitude Jovian Clouds formation surrounded by swirling patterns in the atmosphere

#30

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.

Jupiter Great Red Spot photographed by NASA

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