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Jupiter Rotates in Real Time

Jupiter Rotates in Real Time

Are you ready to slow down and breathe? Well then, click play on this video and observe one full rotation of Jupiter. Interplanetary posted this relaxing footage captured by NASA and ESA’s Hubble telescope. It takes 9 hours, 55 minutes, and 30 seconds to complete the taks, the fastest of any planet in our solar system.

Flying Past Ganymede and Jupiter

Flying Past Ganymede and Jupiter

From June 7-8,2021, NASA flew its Juno spacecraft close to Jupiter’s icy moon Ganymede, then proceeded to perform its 34th flyby of Jupiter. We now can see what an astronaut might have seen along that trajectory, using images captured by Juno projected onto a digital sphere and the addition of intermediate frames.

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