Soaring Over Jupiter This striking image of Jupiter was captured by NASAs Juno spacecraft as it performed its eighth flyby of the gas giant planet.

Soaring Over Jupiter

Soaring Over Jupiter This striking image of Jupiter was captured by NASA’s Juno spacecraft as it performed its eighth flyby of the gas giant planet

The weekend is nearly here, but before we let you go, you’re going to get a cavalcade of glorious Jupiter images as a wonderful treat.

The weekend is nearly here, but before we let you go, you’re going to get a cavalcade of glorious Jupiter images as a wonderful treat.

The Great Red Spot of Jupiter SHRINKING ~ A storm that's been raging for over 300 years, it's three times the size of the entire Earth. NASA's recent Hubble Space Telescope observations confirm the Great Red Spot now is approximately 10,250 miles across, less than half the size of some historical measurements. Hubble's images over a span of decades show that the Great Red Spot is SHRINKING.  NASA's Juno spacecraft is hurtling toward Jupiter now, due to reach the giant planet in July 2016…

thedemon-hauntedworld: “ Jupiter close up credit: NASA ”The Great Red Spot of Jupiter. Actually a storm that's been raging for over 300 years, it's three times the size of the entire Earth.

Sequence of Juno Spacecraft's Close Approach to Jupiter | NASA

Sequence of Juno Spacecraft's Close Approach to Jupiter

This sequence of enhanced-color images shows how quickly the viewing geometry changes for NASA’s Juno spacecraft as it swoops by Jupiter. The images were obtained by JunoCam. via NASA ift.

Roll up, roll up. The weekend is nearly here, but before we let you go, you’re going to get a cavalcade of glorious Jupiter images as a wonderful treat. Ye

Roll up, roll up. The weekend is nearly here, but before we let you go, you’re going to get a cavalcade of glorious Jupiter images as a wonderful treat. Ye

Una proyección cilíndrica de Júpiter, composición de una serie de fotos tomadas por la nave espacial Cassini durante su sobrevuelo del planeta en diciembre del 2000.  crédito:NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute.

A cylindrical projection of Jupiter stitched together from photos taken by Cassini spacecraft during its December 2000 flyby of the planet courtesy NASA/JPL-Caltech

This image taken by the Nasa's Juno spacecraft shows the “String of Pearls,” one of Jupiter's eight huge rotating storms. Image: Nasa/SwRI/MSSS/Gerald Eichstädt/Seán Doran

This image taken by the Nasa's Juno spacecraft shows the “String of Pearls,” one of Jupiter's eight huge rotating storms. Image: Nasa/SwRI/MSSS/Gerald Eichstädt/Seán Doran

Roll up, roll up. The weekend is nearly here, but before we let you go, you’re going to get a cavalcade of glorious Jupiter images as a wonderful treat. Ye

Roll up, roll up. The weekend is nearly here, but before we let you go, you’re going to get a cavalcade of glorious Jupiter images as a wonderful treat. Ye

A temperature belt on Jupiter. (NASA / JPL / SwRI / MSSS / Gerald Eichstädt)

A temperature belt on Jupiter. (NASA / JPL / SwRI / MSSS / Gerald Eichstädt)

Earth-sized aurora on Jupiter. NASA released this image as Juno prepares for Jupiter orbit insertion on July 4.

ESA Science & Technology: Hubble captures vivid auroras in Jupiter's atmosphere

Rare Triple Eclipse on Jupiter (NASA, Hubble, 03/28/04) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope picture of a rare alignment of three of Jupiter's largest moons – Io, Ganymede, and Callisto – across the planet's face. Photo Credit - NASA, ESA, and E. Karkoschka (University of Arizona)

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Jupiter and Its Two Red Spots June 2010 Jupiter and Its Two Red Spots Gemini North adaptive optics image of Jupiter and its two red spots (which appear white because this is a near-infrared image; in visible light they appear reddish).

Roll up, roll up. The weekend is nearly here, but before we let you go, you’re going to get a cavalcade of glorious Jupiter images as a wonderful treat. Ye

Roll up, roll up. The weekend is nearly here, but before we let you go, you’re going to get a cavalcade of glorious Jupiter images as a wonderful treat. Ye

After five years of travel to Jupiter, NASA’s Juno spacecraft entered into the massive planet’s orbit- For a sense of scale, the Great Red Spot you can see here at bottom left is far larger than all of planet Earth! -

After five years of travel to Jupiter, NASA’s Juno spacecraft entered into the massive planet’s orbit late last night. For a sense of scale, the Great Red Spot you can see here at bottom left is far larger than all of planet Earth! Jupiter was most.

Roll up, roll up. The weekend is nearly here, but before we let you go, you’re going to get a cavalcade of glorious Jupiter images as a wonderful treat. Ye

Roll up, roll up. The weekend is nearly here, but before we let you go, you’re going to get a cavalcade of glorious Jupiter images as a wonderful treat. Ye

Juno at Jupiter. NASA’s Juno spacecraft is scheduled to arrive at Jupiter after a five year journey. Launched on August 5, 2011, Juno will be inserted into a polar orbit around the giant planet on or around July 4, 2016. From this orbit the spacecraft will study Jupiter’s atmosphere and magnetic field. Juno will remain in orbit until October 2017, when the spacecraft will be de-orbited to crash into Jupiter.

Juno at Jupiter. NASA’s Juno spacecraft is scheduled to arrive at Jupiter after…

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