Hubble And Juno Give Brilliant New Views Of JupiterApr 21, 2017
At 414 million mi. from Earth, our Solar System’s largest planet appears smaller than the Moon, but much closer views are available from scientific spacecraft. The Hubble Space Telescope continues to observe Jupiter 27 years after it was launched, and the solar-powered Juno probe is providing unprecedented detail as it orbits the planet. Following are some of the newest images of the gas giant.
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