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NASA Released Jupiter's Latest Picture, and this is what you must see today

NASA's Juno Spacecraft is something more than we say 'awesome'. This Masterpiece has captured and processed stunning images of Jupiter, the largest planet of our Solar System. Recent days, it captured images of Southern Hemisphere of Jupiter and the Scientists say "Wow".

Image credit & Copyright: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Kevin M. Gill

The image shows the whirls of jupiter's atmoshphere and classic bands-strips of it. The images were captured from a height between 30700 to 624000 miles above clouds of jupiter.

As we know jupiter is the 2nd largest object in our solar system, it is also called as 'Vacuum Cleaner of Solar System" due to it's gravitational influence.




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