Hubble telescope captures white storm on Jupiter

Hubble telescope captures white storm on Jupiter

The Hubble telescope, created by NASA experts, managed to capture a white storm on the surface of Jupiter. The relevant video content was posted on Instagram.

Hubble telescope captures white storm on Jupiter

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It was possible to obtain an image of the storm at a time when Jupiter was at a distance of more than 650 million km from Earth. The “excitement” began on August 18, although the shooting was carried out on the 25th of the last month. Europa, one of the satellites of the giant planet, also hit the Hubble lens. NASA called a unique detail of the scene a bright storm in northern latitudes, which stretches over a significant section and performs movement at a speed of about 560 km / h.

Earlier, through Hubble, it was also possible to capture a galaxy that looks like an “ominous eye”. We are talking about a system of star clusters called NGC 2835, located in the constellation Hydra.

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