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Discover gigiiri's Instagram #Repost @nasa
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Swipe to see the swirling Jovian cloudscape, courtesy of our Juno spacecraft (@nasajuno)! Captured on May 19, these images show waves of turbulent clouds that dominate Jupiter’s atmosphere. Details as small as 4 miles across can be identified here. See those small, bright, high clouds? They’re about 16 miles across and in some areas appear to form “sqall lines” – a narrow band of high winds and storms associated with a cold front. On Jupiter, clouds this high are almost certainly comprised of water and/or ammonia ice. 
The small bright clouds that dot Jupiter’s entire south tropical zone (3rd image) appear tiny, but actually tower roughly 30 miles wide and 30 miles high and cast shadows on the clouds below. It’s possible that these clouds may be sources of lightning. This is the first time so many cloud towers have been visible, possibly because the late-afternoon lighting is particularly good at this geometry. 
Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS 
#nasa #space #juno #jupiter #clouds #waves #atmosphere #mageneticfield #planet #gas #cyclones #weather #solarsystem #universe #spacecraft #science #orbit #instapic #picoftheday #spacepic #spaceisart #junocam #nasajuno 1522772258270769573_1420052362

#repost@nasa ・・・ Swipe to see the swirling Jovian cloudscape, courtesy of our Juno spacecraft (@nasajuno)! Captured on May 19, these images show waves of turbulent clouds that dominate Jupiter’s atmosphere. Details as small as 4 miles across can be identified here. See those small, bright, high clouds? They’re about 16 miles across and in some areas appear to form “sqall lines” – a narrow band of high winds and storms associated with a cold front. On Jupiter, clouds this high are almost certainly comprised of water and/or ammonia ice. The small bright clouds that dot Jupiter’s entire south tropical zone (3rd image) appear tiny, but actually tower roughly 30 miles wide and 30 miles high and cast shadows on the clouds below. It’s possible that these clouds may be sources of lightning. This is the first time so many cloud towers have been visible, possibly because the late-afternoon lighting is particularly good at this geometry. Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS #nasa #space #juno #jupiter #clouds #waves #atmosphere #mageneticfield #planet #gas #cyclones #weather #solarsystem #universe #spacecraft #science #orbit #instapic #picoftheday #spacepic #spaceisart #junocam #nasajuno

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Discover thomascurran95's Instagram Observational sketch of Jupiter last night at 22:25 U.T. through 8inch reflecting telescope. Great Red Spot was really prominent. #astronomy #astronomicalsketching #sketching #jupiter #space #stargazing #telescope #solarsystem 1522768921642427547_2253015806

Observational sketch of Jupiter last night at 22:25 U.T. through 8inch reflecting telescope. Great Red Spot was really prominent. #astronomy #astronomicalsketching #sketching #jupiter #space #stargazing #telescope #solarsystem

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Discover larapalooza's Instagram This is the face of a baby who is very invested in his nine month photo shoot going well. #cliffps 1522758824266649860_324879933

This is the face of a baby who is very invested in his nine month photo shoot going well. #cliffps

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Discover beautique_customs's Instagram I have loved making this set for Abbey to fit her oyster2/oyster max. Two of everything and a bag big enough for two 😊 #planet #solarsystem #rockets #blue #personalised #twoboys #oyster2 #babystyle #oystermax2 #oystermax2 1522760162803232483_1651255119

I have loved making this set for Abbey to fit her oyster2/oyster max. Two of everything and a bag big enough for two 😊 #planet #solarsystem #rockets #blue #personalised #twoboys #oyster2 #babystyle #oystermax2 #oystermax2

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Discover alexchowaniec's Instagram #Repost @nasa ・・・
Swipe to see the swirling Jovian cloudscape, courtesy of our Juno spacecraft (@nasajuno)! Captured on May 19, these images show waves of turbulent clouds that dominate Jupiter’s atmosphere. Details as small as 4 miles across can be identified here. See those small, bright, high clouds? They’re about 16 miles across and in some areas appear to form “sqall lines” – a narrow band of high winds and storms associated with a cold front. On Jupiter, clouds this high are almost certainly comprised of water and/or ammonia ice. 
The small bright clouds that dot Jupiter’s entire south tropical zone (3rd image) appear tiny, but actually tower roughly 30 miles wide and 30 miles high and cast shadows on the clouds below. It’s possible that these clouds may be sources of lightning. This is the first time so many cloud towers have been visible, possibly because the late-afternoon lighting is particularly good at this geometry. 
Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS 
#nasa #space #juno #jupiter #clouds #waves #atmosphere #mageneticfield #planet #gas #cyclones #weather #solarsystem #universe #spacecraft #science #orbit #instapic #picoftheday #spacepic #spaceisart #junocam #nasajuno 1522758213517244312_344101774

#repost@nasa ・・・ Swipe to see the swirling Jovian cloudscape, courtesy of our Juno spacecraft (@nasajuno)! Captured on May 19, these images show waves of turbulent clouds that dominate Jupiter’s atmosphere. Details as small as 4 miles across can be identified here. See those small, bright, high clouds? They’re about 16 miles across and in some areas appear to form “sqall lines” – a narrow band of high winds and storms associated with a cold front. On Jupiter, clouds this high are almost certainly comprised of water and/or ammonia ice. The small bright clouds that dot Jupiter’s entire south tropical zone (3rd image) appear tiny, but actually tower roughly 30 miles wide and 30 miles high and cast shadows on the clouds below. It’s possible that these clouds may be sources of lightning. This is the first time so many cloud towers have been visible, possibly because the late-afternoon lighting is particularly good at this geometry. Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS #nasa #space #juno #jupiter #clouds #waves #atmosphere #mageneticfield #planet #gas #cyclones #weather #solarsystem #universe #spacecraft #science #orbit #instapic #picoftheday #spacepic #spaceisart #junocam #nasajuno

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Discover corrieslawson's Instagram #outerspace #solarsystem 🚀 1522736639946860429_2320537524

#outerspace #solarsystem 🚀

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Discover sunroofsolar's Instagram Another install ☑️ come on down to our store at 1441 Elliott St. and shop for solar for your home. 1522719495712504439_3278520337

Another install ☑️ come on down to our store at 1441 Elliott St. and shop for solar for your home.

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Discover annabelelgar's Instagram The Persuasion, 2013 #planets #contemporaryphotography #annabelelgar #staged photography #contemporary art #solarsystem 1522755274174606692_5360162327

The Persuasion, 2013 #planets #contemporaryphotography #annabelelgar #stagedphotography #contemporaryart #solarsystem

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Discover alessandraperasperaadastra's Instagram Wow!@Regrann from @nasa -  Swipe to see the swirling Jovian cloudscape, courtesy of our Juno spacecraft (@nasajuno)! Captured on May 19, these images show waves of turbulent clouds that dominate Jupiter’s atmosphere. Details as small as 4 miles across can be identified here. See those small, bright, high clouds? They’re about 16 miles across and in some areas appear to form “sqall lines” – a narrow band of high winds and storms associated with a cold front. On Jupiter, clouds this high are almost certainly comprised of water and/or ammonia ice. 
The small bright clouds that dot Jupiter’s entire south tropical zone (3rd image) appear tiny, but actually tower roughly 30 miles wide and 30 miles high and cast shadows on the clouds below. It’s possible that these clouds may be sources of lightning. This is the first time so many cloud towers have been visible, possibly because the late-afternoon lighting is particularly good at this geometry. 
Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS 
#nasa #space #juno #jupiter #clouds #waves #atmosphere #mageneticfield #planet #gas #cyclones #weather #solarsystem #universe #spacecraft #science #orbit #instapic #picoftheday #spacepic #spaceisart #junocam #nasajuno - #regrann 1522753745460827413_1302777647

[email protected] from @nasa - Swipe to see the swirling Jovian cloudscape, courtesy of our Juno spacecraft (@nasajuno)! Captured on May 19, these images show waves of turbulent clouds that dominate Jupiter’s atmosphere. Details as small as 4 miles across can be identified here. See those small, bright, high clouds? They’re about 16 miles across and in some areas appear to form “sqall lines” – a narrow band of high winds and storms associated with a cold front. On Jupiter, clouds this high are almost certainly comprised of water and/or ammonia ice. The small bright clouds that dot Jupiter’s entire south tropical zone (3rd image) appear tiny, but actually tower roughly 30 miles wide and 30 miles high and cast shadows on the clouds below. It’s possible that these clouds may be sources of lightning. This is the first time so many cloud towers have been visible, possibly because the late-afternoon lighting is particularly good at this geometry. Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS #nasa #space #juno #jupiter #clouds #waves #atmosphere #mageneticfield #planet #gas #cyclones #weather #solarsystem #universe #spacecraft #science #orbit #instapic #picoftheday #spacepic #spaceisart #junocam #nasajuno- #regrann

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Discover astro_shaw's Instagram After three days of consecutive weather delays, Rocket Lab successfully launched their first Electron rocket as a scheduled flight test. The launch took place from Mahia peninsula, New Zealand, one of two locations where the agency is based. The small two stage rocket has been designed to launch future small satellites into orbit.

Photo Credit - Rocket Lab

#nasa #esa #eso #isron#roscosmos #spacex #rocket #rocketlab #launch #liftoff #fire #smoke #clouds #electron #newzealand #space #spacecraft #satellite #orbit #sunrise #sunset #spaceport #flight #earth #planet #solarsystem #astroshaw 1522749900038056975_3683397190

After three days of consecutive weather delays, Rocket Lab successfully launched their first Electron rocket as a scheduled flight test. The launch took place from Mahia peninsula, New Zealand, one of two locations where the agency is based. The small two stage rocket has been designed to launch future small satellites into orbit. Photo Credit - Rocket Lab #nasa #esa #eso #isron#roscosmos #spacex #rocket #rocketlab #launch #liftoff #fire #smoke #clouds #electron #newzealand #space #spacecraft #satellite #orbit #sunrise #sunset #spaceport #flight #earth #planet #solarsystem #astroshaw

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Discover thedailycosmos's Instagram A Whole New Jupiter ❇️
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@Regrann from @nasa -  Swipe to see the swirling Jovian cloudscape, courtesy of our Juno spacecraft (@nasajuno)! Captured on May 19, these images show waves of turbulent clouds that dominate Jupiter’s atmosphere. Details as small as 4 miles across can be identified here. See those small, bright, high clouds? They’re about 16 miles across and in some areas appear to form “sqall lines” – a narrow band of high winds and storms associated with a cold front. On Jupiter, clouds this high are almost certainly comprised of water and/or ammonia ice. 
The small bright clouds that dot Jupiter’s entire south tropical zone (3rd image) appear tiny, but actually tower roughly 30 miles wide and 30 miles high and cast shadows on the clouds below. It’s possible that these clouds may be sources of lightning. This is the first time so many cloud towers have been visible, possibly because the late-afternoon lighting is particularly good at this geometry.

Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS

#nasa #space #juno #jupiter #clouds #waves #atmosphere #mageneticfield #planet #gas #cyclones #weather #solarsystem #universe #spacecraft #science #orbit #instapic #picoftheday #spacepic #spaceisart #junocam #nasajuno 1522745262094093593_1381091419

A Whole New Jupiter ❇️ . @Regrann from @nasa - Swipe to see the swirling Jovian cloudscape, courtesy of our Juno spacecraft (@nasajuno)! Captured on May 19, these images show waves of turbulent clouds that dominate Jupiter’s atmosphere. Details as small as 4 miles across can be identified here. See those small, bright, high clouds? They’re about 16 miles across and in some areas appear to form “sqall lines” – a narrow band of high winds and storms associated with a cold front. On Jupiter, clouds this high are almost certainly comprised of water and/or ammonia ice. The small bright clouds that dot Jupiter’s entire south tropical zone (3rd image) appear tiny, but actually tower roughly 30 miles wide and 30 miles high and cast shadows on the clouds below. It’s possible that these clouds may be sources of lightning. This is the first time so many cloud towers have been visible, possibly because the late-afternoon lighting is particularly good at this geometry. Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS #nasa #space #juno #jupiter #clouds #waves #atmosphere #mageneticfield #planet #gas #cyclones #weather #solarsystem #universe #spacecraft #science #orbit #instapic #picoftheday #spacepic #spaceisart #junocam #nasajuno

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