Thursday, May 26, 2022

Jupiter

Jupiter’s Moon Io has wonderful dunes, created by lava flows

A new explanation of how dunes can form even on a surface as icy and roiling as Io’s.

Juno Captures Moon Shadow on Jupiter

The large, dark shadow on the left side of the image was cast by Jupiter’s moon Ganymede.

Water may be common within Europa’s ice shell

Stanford researchers' explanation for the formation of abundant features on Europa bodes well for the search for extraterrestrial life

Rare phenomenon: Four planets will line up in the sky this month

A rare phenomenon that attracts space enthusiasts who are keen to witness various celestial events.

Connecting the dots between the Galilean moon and auroral emissions on Jupiter

Jupiter’s auroras are significantly more intense than Earth’s.

Astronomers discovered a near-identical twin of Jupiter

New planetary discovery from the grave.

Chaos terrains on Jupiter’s moon Europa could be transporting oxygen into the ocean

The amount of oxygen brought into Europa’s ocean could be similar to the quantity of oxygen in Earth’s oceans today.

NASA’s Juno Spacecraft recorded the sound of Jupiter’s moon

An audio track collected during Jupiter's mission’s Ganymede flyby offers a dramatic ride-along.

First 3D view of Jupiter atmosphere

NASA’s Jovian orbiter lends a deeper understanding of what happens below the gas giant’s striking clouds.

Hubble revealed evidence of persistent water vapour atmosphere of Jupiter’s moons

Hubble Finds Evidence of Persistent Water Vapour Atmosphere on Europa

Winds in Jupiter’s Great Red Spot Are Speeding Up

In Jupiter's Great Red Spot, a storm that has been roiling for centuries, its "outer lane" is moving faster than its "inner lane" —...

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