It’s happening. Saturn and Jupiter are moving closer and will soon appear in almost exactly the same direction.
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This video uses images from NASA’s Juno mission to recreate what it might have looked like to ride along with the Juno spacecraft as it
Cyclones at the north pole of Jupiter appear as swirls of striking colors in this extreme false color rendering of an image from NASA’s Juno
Earth’s Moon, Mars, Saturn, and Jupiter were all imaged together, just before sunrise, photographed by Mihail Minkov, from the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria.
Recently, astronomers at the Gemini North Observatory in Hawaii, USA, created some of the best infrared photos of Jupiter ever taken from Earth’s surface, pictured.
Giant planet Jupiter as you’ve never seen it before in this work of art.
NASA’s robotic Juno spacecraft has found that Jupiter’s magnetic field is surprisingly complex, so that the Jovian world does not have single magnetic poles like
Six cyclones can be seen at Jupiter’s south pole in this infrared image taken by NASA’s Juno spacecraft.
This striking image captures massive cyclones near Jupiter’s south pole, just after NASA’s Juno spacecraft planet’s flyby on Nov. 3, 2019.
This view from NASA’s Juno spacecraft captures colorful, intricate patterns in a jet stream region of Jupiter’s northern hemisphere known as “Jet N3.”