The video shows the stunning 3D animation of Jupiter’s ‘Frosted Cupcake’ clouds

<!– –> The researchers used JunoCam data to create a digital elevation map of the cloud tops. A group of scientists recently used NASA’s Juno spacecraft to produce a stunning 3D view simulating how a raging Jupiter storm emerges from space. A short video, posted to YouTube by Europlanet, shows a swirl and a finely … Read more

Jupiter’s icy moon, Europa, its closest in 22 years

Jupiter’s icy moon, Europa, its closest in 22 years Follow the news, press follow, live news Revealing a picture of “Europa” – Xinhua Reported that the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) published photos of “Europa” The moon shrouded in ice Jupiter recorded by “Spaceship Juno” (Juno) for the first time Recommended news The … Read more

The video shows the stunning 3D animation of Jupiter’s ‘Frosted Cupcake’ clouds

<!– –> The researchers used JunoCam data to create a digital elevation map of the cloud tops. A group of scientists recently used NASA’s Juno spacecraft to produce a stunning 3D view simulating how a raging Jupiter storm emerges from space. A short video, posted to YouTube by Europlanet, shows a swirl and a finely … Read more

NASA unveils first images of Jupiter’s moon Europa

Jakarta – Juno spacecraft NASA has made its closest approach to the icy moon Jupiter tempting, Europa. Amazing images of Europa will be valuable observation material for scientists. Juno, on Thursday (29/9) slid within about 352 kilometers from Europa. One of Jupiter’s natural satellites is thought to have oceans flowing beneath a thick, frozen crust, … Read more

The video shows the stunning 3D animation of Jupiter’s ‘Frosted Cupcake’ clouds

<!– –> The researchers used JunoCam data to create a digital elevation map of the cloud tops. A group of scientists recently used NASA’s Juno spacecraft to produce a stunning 3D view simulating how a raging Jupiter storm emerges from space. A short video, posted to YouTube by Europlanet, shows a swirl and a finely … Read more

“Ultra-close-up for the first time in 20 years”…The appearance of Jupiter’s moon ‘Europa’ released by NASA

The first photograph taken by NASA’s Juno space probe in super close proximity to Jupiter’s moon Europa has arrived on Earth. The distance between the probe and Europa is only 352 km, the closest in about 20 years since the spacecraft Galileo. On the 29th (local time), NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) released the first … Read more

Juno spacecraft captures first close-up image of Jupiter’s moon Europa

On September 29 at 2 a.m. Los Angeles, the distance between the probe and the satellite reached a minimum of 351 kilometers. During the flyby, Juno continuously photographed Europe, and the first of these images have already been taken on Earth. NASA posted them in RAW format, and journalists and amateurs turned them into a … Read more

The Juno Spacecraft Takes a Close Up Portrait of Jupiter’s Satellite Surface

KOMPAS.com – Juno spacecraft NASA managed to photograph the satellite Jupiter named Europa after doing a cross-fly from close range. Photo taken by Juno from 315 kilometers above Europa’s surface. That puts Juno only slightly further away from Europa than the previous flyby made by the Galileo spacecraft more than 20 years ago. “Juno’s flight … Read more

The Juno space probe shared an image of its closest approach to Europa, one of Jupiter’s moons

The complex ice-covered surface of Jupiter’s moon Europa was captured by NASA’s Juno spacecraft (NASA/JPL-Caltech/SWRI/MSSS) The NASA’s Juno spacecraft sent back to Earth the first image of its closest approach flyby of Europa, Jupiter’s icy moon, in which he reveals the surface features of a region near the equator called Annwn. The image was taken … Read more

Study says Earth could be more habitable by shifting Jupiter’s orbit

Kabar6-A new study reveals that the Earth which is increasingly uninhabitable due to exploitation by humans can actually be ‘cured’. According to a planetary scientist from the University of California, Riverside, named Pam Vervoort, the trick is to shift Jupiter’s orbit just a little bit. “If Jupiter’s position remained the same, but the shape of … Read more