NASA captures Jupiter’s moon, Io, blocking out the sun
NASA’s Juno spacecraft has taken some incredible photos of Jupiter
In a truly collaborative effort, Sean Doran stitched photos taken by Juno, colorized by Gerald Eichstädt, with music from ‘Moonraker’ (added by Avi Solomon)
It’s like a ‘moonrise’, only Jupiter-sized 🙂
The polar stereographic projection by NASA shows the south pole in the center of the map and the equator at the edge
Astronomers using the Hubble Space Telescope have observed giant, vivid auroras on the poles of the Solar System’s largest planet
Did you know Io’s shadow sails across the face of Jupiter at 38,000 mph (17 kilometers per second)!