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So what can we do when the weather is so so bad? Download some data of course :) Here's Jupiter in all her glory. Oh I wish I had my own telescope + camera in space 😂 #greatredspot

✨A Dust Particle✨ (@a_dustparticle) Instagram Profile Photo
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✨A Dust Particle✨

🚀THE GREAT RED SPOT OF JUPITER! 😍 - 👉 The Great Red Spot is a persistent high-pressure region in the atmosphere of Jupiter, producing an anticyclonic storm, the largest in the Solar System, 22 degrees south of Jupiter's equator. Firstly, it observed by Robert Hooke in 1664. It has been continuously observed since 1830. Earlier observations from 1665 to 1713 are believed to be of the same storm; if this is correct, it has existed for at least 350 years.It is large enough to contain four planets of Earth size. __________ __________ - 🚀 JÜPİTER'İN BÜYÜK KIRMIZI LEKESİ! 😍 - 👉 Büyük Kırmızı Leke, Jüpiter gezegeninde yer alan antisiklonik bir fırtınadır. Gezegenin ekvatorunun 22° güneyinde bulunur ve en az 340 yıldan beri sürmektedir. Fırtına yeryüzü teleskoplarından çıplak gözle görülecek kadar büyüktür. İlk olarak 1664 yılında Robert Hooke tarafından gözlemlendi.Bunun gibi fırtınalara, gaz devlerinde sıkça rastlanır ve birkaç saatten yıllara kadar sürebilirler. Büyük Kırmızı Leke, Dünya'dan yaklaşık 4 kat daha büyüktür. ____________ redspot

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Alex Dzierba

Trying to get pictures of again tonight, between all these clouds in my neighborhood. Yesterday I could only see the #GreatRedSpot as it was just coming around the eastern limb, now tonight I only saw it as it was leaving around the western limb.

Juan Carlos Puente (@ludolf_von_alvensleben) Instagram Profile Photo
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Juan Carlos Puente

@nasa • • • • • As the @NASAHubble telescope turned its eye on Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, an Earth-sized storm rolling counterclockwise between two bands of clouds, it noticed something unusual. Can you tell what it is? 🤔⁣ ⁣ The color palette in the clouds is more intense than usual. The colorful bands, which flow in opposite directions at various latitudes, result from different atmospheric pressures. Lighter bands rise higher and have thicker clouds than the darker bands. The intensity of the colors reveals important clues about the planet’s turbulent atmosphere. ⁣ ⁣ Click the link in the bio for more info ⬆️⁣ ⁣ Credits: NASA, ESA, A. Simon (Goddard Space Flight Center) and M.H. Wong (University of California, Berkeley)⁣ ⁣ #GreatRedSpot⁣

What's Up In Space? (@whats_up_in_space) Instagram Profile Photo
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What's Up In Space?

This new Hubble Space Telescope view of Jupiter, taken on June 27, 2019, reveals the giant planet's trademark Great Red Spot, and a more intense color palette in the clouds swirling in Jupiter's turbulent atmosphere than seen in previous years. The colors, and their changes, provide important clues to ongoing processes in Jupiter's atmosphere.⠀ ⠀ The bands are created by differences in the and height of the ammonia ice clouds. The colorful bands, which flow in opposite directions at various latitudes, result from different atmospheric pressures. Lighter bands rise higher and have thicker clouds than the darker bands.⠀ ⠀ The new image was taken in visible light as part of the Outer Planets Atmospheres Legacy program, or OPAL. The program provides yearly Hubble global views of the outer planets to look for changes in their storms, winds and clouds. Hubble's Wide Field Camera 3 observed Jupiter when the planet was 400 million miles from Earth, when Jupiter was near "opposition" or almost directly opposite the Sun in the sky.⠀ ⠀ Image Credit: NASA, ESA, A. Simon (Goddard Space Flight Center) and M.H. Wong (University of California, Berkeley)⠀ ⠀ #GreatRedSpot

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Teton Skies

's atmosphere is a turbulent place. Wind speeds between the gas giant's characteristic bands can reach up to 400mph (644km/hr). The bands are caused by the atmospheric layers traveling in opposite directions. Their orange color is a result of ammonia ice crystals within the clouds reacting with sunlight. One of Jupiter's most noticeable features is the #GreatRedSpot, an anticyclone the width of the swirling between two bands. The Great Red Spot was once approximately three times the size it is now and, for reasons scientists are still unsure about, has been shrinking since the early 1800s. • Image credit: @NASA • • • •

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The Infinite Location

The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope reveals the intricate, detailed beauty of Jupiter’s clouds in this new image taken on 27 June 2019. It features the planet’s trademark Great Red Spot and a more intense colour palette in the clouds swirling in the planet’s turbulent atmosphere than seen in previous years. This image was captured by Hubble’s Wide Field Camera 3, when the planet was 644 million kilometres from Earth.⁠ ⁠ These observations of Jupiter form part of the Outer Planet Atmospheres Legacy (OPAL) programme, which began in 2014. This initiative allows Hubble to dedicate time each year to observing the outer planets and provides scientists with access to a collection of maps, which helps them to understand not only the atmospheres of the giant planets in the Solar System, but also the atmosphere of our own planet and of the planets in other planetary systems.⁠ ⁠ .⁠ .⁠ . #GreatRedSpot

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