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Jupiter Joness | Tiktok

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what's your favourite planet?star? in our solar system or not? But look at Jupiter 😍 @nasajuno grabbed this amazing picture of 5th planet and I just can't stop looking. 😊🔭

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Ermioni Dimitriadis

is an mission in development by NASA comprising an . Set for a launch in June 2023, the spacecraft is being developed to study the Europa through a series of flybys while in orbit around Jupiter. The mission will complement ESA's Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer launching in 2022, which will fly-by Europa twice and Callisto multiple times before moving into orbit around Ganymede. They may launch within a year of each other, but the Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer may have a cruise phase almost three times as long. This would be the case if Europa Clipper launches on the Space Launch System and uses a direct trajectory to Jupiter. If another launch vehicle and Earth or other gravity assists are used, the two missions would arrive at more similar times. The Europa Clipper orbiter will be built and manufactured with a scientific payload of nine instruments, contributed by the JPL, APL, Southwest Research Institute, University of Texas, Arizona State University and University of Colorado Boulder. . . . . Juno : e Europa

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ناسا فارسی

ایا میدانستید که دو کره زمین به راحتی میتواند در نقطه قرمزی رنگ سیاره مشتری جای بگیرد ؟ طوفان قدرتمند یکی از جلوه های رنگی بی شمار است که در تصویر زیر میبینید عکس توسط @nasajuno فضاشناس و تهیه شده توسط شهروند دانش دوست کیوین ام گیل. زمانی که این عکس گرفته شده جانو در ارتفاع 26697 مایل (42965 کیلومتر ) بود . داده عکس: NASa/jpl-caltech/swri/msss فرایند سازی : کیوین ام گیل juno

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As the ages it will expand. It will be so huge that the could be almost within touching distance of it's fiery surface. This will happens after 4.5 billion years i.e. nearly after 450 crore years. All Hydrogen & Helium will burnt out from Sun & it will expand. Sun would almost touches the Asteroid Belt. • • • Source: @bbcearth juno Follow.: @________experthead_hp29.__ to broaden your knowledge and Understanding about Universe.

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is the 3rd Planet from the . Like many planets we've an atmosphere filled with clouds that sometimes masks the Surface. Unlike other planets, however, Earth 🌏 is only place we know of that has life. Source: @bbcearth juno Follow.: @________experthead_hp29.__ to broaden your knowledge and Understanding about Universe.

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Space Science

@NASAJuno captured a swirling region of bright clouds in the wake of a cyclonic storm as it dove toward its 18th close encounter with big bro . 🛰✨ #NASAJuno At left is the turbulent, blue-tinted pole; at right, the polar clouds give way to the pinker belts and zones of Jupiter’s midlatitudes. The Juno team posts their images in raw, relatively unprocessed form on the web as soon as they land on Earth—and wait for members of the public to process them.  This image is the result of an automated processing pipeline developed by Gerald Eichstädt of Germany, followed by further enhancement by Seán Doran of Ireland. . Credit: @NASA /SwRI/MSSS/Gerald Eichstädt/Seán Doran

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The Tech Inside

@NASAJuno captured a swirling region of bright clouds in the wake of a cyclonic storm as it dove toward its 18th close encounter with big bro . 🛰✨ #NASAJuno At left is the turbulent, blue-tinted pole; at right, the polar clouds give way to the pinker belts and zones of Jupiter’s midlatitudes. The Juno team posts their images in raw, relatively unprocessed form on the web as soon as they land on Earth—and wait for members of the public to process them.  This image is the result of an automated processing pipeline developed by Gerald Eichstädt of Germany, followed by further enhancement by Seán Doran of Ireland. . Credit: @NASA /SwRI/MSSS/Gerald Eichstädt/Seán Doran

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