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NASA: Reveals Beautiful New Images Of Jupiter Captured By Hubble Space Telescope

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NASA: Reveals Beautiful New Images Of Jupiter Captured

NASA – The National Aeronautics And Space Administration.
NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope developed by NASA known to capture spectacular occurrences in the space. This time Hubble has captured images of the fastest spinning planet of the solar system, Jupiter. Jupiter is massive in size, the Hubble continuously capturing images of Jupiter. It is also capturing one of its tiny and icy moon Europa. The images show how beautifully in the blue-hue colour along with patches of bright white and red occupied the planet Jupiter. Jupiter has in total of 67 moons.

NASA located in the US. NASA was established in the year 1958. Since then, NASA is known for its mind-blowing observation and discoveries.
The Hubble Space Telescope from NASA has recently released images of Jupiter, which is 406 million miles from the earth. The photos were clicked on 25th August.

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NASA: Reveals Beautiful New Images Of Jupiter Captured

The photographs showcased the ultraviolet, which shows the planet reflecting the ultraviolet radiations. Hubble also captured loud storm which seemed to travel at a speed of 350 miles per hour on the surface. It appeared approaching in some particular areas of the planet. Talking precisely, it reflects the area of mid-northern latitude in bright white composition.

The ultra-violet version of the images by Hubble shows a red spot on the southern hemisphere of Jupiter. Furthermore, it appears to be rotating in an anti-clockwise direction. This red spot covered an area across 9800 miles.

Moreover, according to the researchers, the red spot is enough to swallow the whole earth. The observations also analysed by NASA reveals that the clouds at the equator of the gigantic planet are vanishing.

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