Friday , August 12 2022

NASA displays new images of atmospheric phenomena on Jupiter


National Administration of Aeronautics and Space (OUR, for his acronym in English) presented a series of new Jupiter images, showing clouds drilling in the northern temperate zone of that planets.

"We continue to find new hidden forms in the cloudy cloud of Jupiter"

In the footage made by the Juno spacecraft, several bright white clouds were observed, as well as an anti-cyclonic storm, known as white oval.

Photographs were shot while Juno made his sixteenth flight approaching the "giant giant", while the probe was seven thousand miles above the cloud planet's summit.


Scientists Gerald Eichstadt and Sean Doran were responsible for creating the series, using data from the JunoCam image generator. "We continue to find new hidden shapes in the clouds of Jupiter," they reported after the find.

Recently, the US space agency has uncovered several high atmospheric structures that crawl one after the other while traveling through Jupiter.

This phenomenon, with greater concentration near the Mars Equator, is known as atmospheric waves, consisting of two and more tens of waves, which can have a distance between the 65 km and about 1200 km of canopies.


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