Hubble’s Brand New Image of Jupiter
This new Hubble Space Telescope view of Jupiter, taken on June 27, 2019, reveals the giant planet's trademark Great Red Spot, and a more intense color palette in the clouds swirling in Jupiter's turbulent atmosphere than seen in previous years.
The colors, and their changes, provide important clues to ongoing processes in planetary atmospheres.
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Shadow of Io on Jupiter (24 May 2020)
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Earth Bacteria Could Easily Survive on Hydrogen Planets - Jupiter?
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Time lapse images of Jupiter captured on Maunakea
Researchers release a video that shows a time-lapse of a set of “lucky imaging” observations of Jupiter taken on April 8, 2019. The image capturing technique featuring observations detected by Gemini’s North telescope, takes a large number of short exposure images and only keeps the sharpest. Credit, International Gemini Observatory/NOIRLab/NSF/AURA, M.H. Wong (UC Berkeley)
Jupiter looks like a 'jack-o-lantern' in high-res infrared views from the ground
The international Gemini Observatory observed Jupiter in infrared light for a weather study of the gas giant that included the Hubble Space Telescope and NASA Juno mission. Credit: International Gemini Observatory/NOIRLab/NSF/AURA, ESA/Hubble, NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI, M. Kornmesser, M.H. Wong (UC Berkeley) and team, M. Zamani.
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Jupiter Is a Jerk… and Also Our Friend
The largest planet in our solar system is no stranger to throwing its weight around, both to our benefit and detriment here on Earth. SciShow has a spinoff podcast! It's called SciShow Tangents. Check it out at http://www.scishowtangents.org Host: Caitlin Hofmeister
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Io - A Hell of a Moon!
We continue our exploration of the Solar System's moons with Io- the most geologically active world in the Solar System. A planet plagued with volcanoes, lava flows and extreme radiation, which is being driven by its parent planet Jupiter, the largest world in the solar system. Follow my new Twitter: https://twitter.com/SEA_yt_
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Jupiter pass-by through our $499 telescope
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Jupiter is not a planet
Welcome to my channel! I'm Dr Maggie Lieu and I make youtube videos about space & astronomy. This week, I have a very controversial claim to make - Jupiter is not a planet. Watch this video to find out why. Special thanks to Uri Bram, for inspiring me to make this video Extra reading:
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Jupiter's Great Red Spot Is Shrinking (Also, Jupiter Is Insane) | Answers With Joe
Get 20% off a premium subscription for Brilliant at http://www.brilliant.org/answerswithjoe Jupiter's Great Red Spot has been the biggest storm in the solar system for centuries. But lately, it seems to be shrinking... and nobody's sure why. So this video was supposed to just be about the Great Red Spot but honestly the more I looked into Jupiter, the more I was struck by how insane the planet is. So it kinda became about that. Links to my sources for this story down below! But first, want to support the channel and get perks? There are 2 options:
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This Indestructible NASA Camera Revealed Hidden Patterns on Jupiter
NASA engineers launched a camera at Jupiter’s poles for the first time and what it imaged surprised everyone.
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»Watch more Focal Point | https://bit.ly/2qicycL To capture hidden regions on Jupiter, engineers had to build a nearly indestructible digital camera that could survive one of the harshest environments in the entire solar system. The result was the closest image ever taken of the Great Red Spot, and it was captured by JunoCam, a deceptively small digital camera aboard a NASA probe. The NASA probe along with JunoCam launched in 2011 and has been orbiting Jupiter since 2016 with the goal of sharing previously unseen regions of the planet and connecting humanity with its celestial neighbor. Find out more about the complexities of JunoCam, how it has shaken up conventional wisdom around what Jupiter looks like, and more on this episode of Focal Point. #Jupiter #GreatRedSpot #NASAPRobe #JunoCam #Science #Space #Seeker #FocalPoint
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“Welcome to the JunoCam community where you can actively participate in the mission! Upload your images of Jupiter and help us decide what points of interest JunoCam will photograph.” The awesome beauty of Jupiter captured by Juno, in 13 photos
“For the past two years, the spacecraft has been taking photos of Jupiter. Here are the best shots.” The Closest-Ever Shot of the Great Red Spot
“The earliest observations of a massive spot on Jupiter date back to the 1660s, but historians and scientists don’t know whether people were actually looking at the Great Red Spot. The feature is large enough to be seen with Earth-based telescopes, and as technology improved, so did humanity’s image of the mysterious storm. The earliest photographs from the late 1800s and early 1990s showed a grainy, gray sphere.” Ariana Grande Thinks Jupiter's Pretty (But Neptune's Better) and NASA Is Thrilled
“"Nothing is prettier than Jupiter," Grande wrote just after posting a spectacular photo of Jupiter from NASA's Juno spacecraft.”
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A Long Night In Space: Exploring Jupiter And Mars | space and astronomy
Welcome to Jupiter, a world so roomy that it could swallow every planet and moon in the solar system and still have room for more. Yet for all its bulk there is nowhere to land, just an infernal drop into a bottomless sky. Mars is the ruby jewel in our night sky and arguably the hottest travel destination in the Solar System. Here, on the fourth rock from the Sun, is our best chance to step into the rest of the Universe and the most likely place we know to encounter the alien life-forms we might share it with. ---- This channel offers you full episodes of high quality documentaries. Enjoy and don't forget to subscribe 🙂 ---- Other channels you might be interested in: criminals and crimefighters: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYuXyzwA_w4-c1FJrqOnR0A hazards and catastrophes: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5WE_bClugxSVG1ENir8qzg #Jupiter #Mars
Jupiter’s unexplained aurora | Unsolved Mysteries
Jupiter’s aurora is the biggest, brightest and most stunning in the solar system. For a long time, we assumed it was created the same way that Earth’s aurora (or Northern Lights) are created but the JUNO mission to Jupiter has shown that might not be the case... #unsolvedmystery My new book 'Space: The 10 Things You Should Know' is out now worldwide (except US & Canada) on September 5th 2019! You can pre-order it (UK only) from amazon here: http://bit.ly/SpaceDrBecky News on US & Canadian publication coming soon! Don't forget to subscribe and click the little bell icon to be notified when I post a new video! ------ Mauk et al. (2017) -
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Incredible Views of Jupiter From NASA's 'JunoCam'
NASA's Juno mission has been capturing amazing imagery of Jupiter. Mission team members talk about the mission. Credit: NASA/JPL/SwRI
How NASA Plans to Discover Alien Life on Jupiter’s Moon, Europa | Countdown To Launch
The perfect conditions for alien life might be hidden under the icy crust of Jupiter’s moon, Europa. And a new mission from NASA plans to send the Europa Clipper to explore.
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» Watch more Countdown to Launch: http://bit.ly/CTLplaylist The search for extraterrestrial life extends into the far reaches of the galaxy and while there are several distant candidate exoplanets, the most promising destination for alien life might be right in our celestial backyard. The perfect conditions for alien life could be hidden under the icy crust of Jupiter’s moon, Europa. And since Europa is in our solar system, we can actually visit Jupiter’s moon. A new mission from NASA just got the green light to proceed with building an in-depth, investigative orbiter named Europa Clipper. Europa Clipper will be the first time we send a spacecraft to a moon other than our own, and perhaps, uncover that we might not be alone in the universe. NASA has reason to believe that Europa is potentially habitable as a result of the information sent over from the Hubble Space Telescope and from other previous space missions that took measurements of the moon’s surface while passing by. And from one of these flybys, the strongest piece of evidence of Europa’s ocean emerged. Life as we know it needs at least three requirements: liquid water, the right chemical elements, and an energy source. And while this icy world has water, and possible elements, it’s been hard to nail down an energy source on Europa, but NASA’s Europa Clipper orbiter is prepared to find it. Learn more about the Europa Clipper, one of the most ambitious missions ever attempted by NASA, and how this mission could change our perspective of life in the universe forever on this episode of Elements. Read More:
Europa Clipper's Mission to Jupiter’s Icy Moon Confirmed
"The mission will conduct an in-depth exploration of Jupiter's moon, Europa, and investigate whether the icy moon could harbor conditions suitable for life, honing our insights into astrobiology. To develop this mission in the most cost-effective fashion, NASA is targeting to have the Europa Clipper spacecraft complete and ready for launch as early as 2023." Europa
"Scientists think Europa’s ice shell is 10 to 15 miles (15 to 25 kilometers) thick, floating on an ocean 40 to 100 miles (60 to 150 kilometers) deep. So while Europa is only one-fourth the diameter of Earth, its ocean may contain twice as much water as all of Earth’s oceans combined." Europa Clipper Instruments
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Jupiter's Moon Io Casts Large Shadow on Gas Giant Planet
NASA's Juno mission captured imagery of the shadow of Jupiter's moon Io being cast onto the gas giant planet's clouds. Story: NASA's Juno Mission Checks Out Eclipse on Jupiter: https://www.space.com/juno-sees-io-moon-shadow-on-jupiter.html Juno: Taking a Long Look at Jupiter: https://www.space.com/32742-juno-spacecraft.html Credit: Space.com / produced & edited by Steve Spaleta http://www.twitter.com/stevespaleta
What has NASA's Juno discovered around Jupiter so far? (3 year update)
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An Interplanetary Internet Using Planetary Atmospheres
Planets, like the Earth, could potentially serve as giant telescopes - as explored in our last video (https://youtu.be/jgOTZe07eHA). This happens because the atmosphere refracts light and so bends it into a focus, like a huge spherical lens. Parabolic dishes on Earth can be sued as both telescopes and antennae, and so in the same way - could planets be used as antennae? Today we explore the possibility of using the Jupiter as a giant antennae, perhaps serving as the basis for an interplanetary internet, and how Juno could very well test the idea today. Written and Presented by Professor David Kipping This video is based on research conducted at the Cool Worlds Lab at Columbia University, New York. You can now support our research program directly here: https://www.coolworldslab.com/support ► The original Terrascope paper is Kipping, David (2019), "The Terrascope: On the Possibility of Using the Earth as an Atmospheric Lens", PASP, accepted for publication: https://arxiv.org/abs/1908.00490
► The new Jovoscope research note is Kipping, David (2019), "A Possible Test of the Terrascope Concept Using Jupiter & Juno", RNAAS: http://coolworlds.astro.columbia.edu/jovoscope.pdf Chapters
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5:04 - Jovoscope
13:02 - Interplanetary Internet Video materials and graphics used:
► 2014's "COSMOS: A SpaceTime Odyssey", written by Ann Druyan and Steven Soter, Cosmos Studios, Inc: https://youtu.be/GO5FwsblpT8
► Voyager 2 footage courtesy NASA/JPL: https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/video/details.php?id=1564
► Juno arrival at Jupiter animation by NASA/JPL/SwRI: https://youtu.be/NNt9DTw7nzk
► Juno Perijove-18 Jupiter Flyby by NASA/JPL/SwRI/MSSS/SPICE/Gerald Eichstädt: https://youtu.be/HKCldl39CF0
► "Juno's Communications" by NASA/JPL/SwRI: https://youtu.be/QA3UiDbCPGE
► "Juno Engineering: Precision Matters" by NASA/JPL/SwRI: https://youtu.be/eV5Ot2HCKXI
► Water droplet by stepvideolabs: https://youtu.be/RLn1ErhxOPo
► Diffraction by Andrew Norton and the Open University: https://youtu.be/BH0NfVUTWG4
► DSN footage from NASA/JPL: https://youtu.be/NGgzq8eXZOQ
► "Juno Jupiter orbit animation" by NASA/JPL/SwRI: https://youtu.be/y8KuqumqBgM
► "Fly into the Great Red Spot of Jupiter with NASA’s Juno Mission" by NASA: https://youtu.be/uj3Lq7Gu94Y
► Breakthrough Starshot animation from the Breakthrough Foundation: https://youtu.be/xRFXV4Z6x8s
► "Cassini's Grand Finale" by NASA/JPL/ESA: https://youtu.be/xrGAQCq9BMU
► "Atlas, The Next Generation", Boston Dynamics: https://youtu.be/rVlhMGQgDkY Movies/TV scenes used:
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► Star Trek: The Next Generation (1989) Music used, in chronological order:
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► Music from Neptune Flux, "The Oceans Continue to Rise" by Chris Zabriskie (http://chriszabriskie.com/neptuneflux/); licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
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