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Repost from @nasa using @RepostRegramApp - 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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#Repost @nasa (@get_repost) ・・・ 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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Deslízate para ver el remolino del cloudscape de Jovian, cortesía de nuestra nave espacial Juno (@nasajuno)! Capturadas el 19 de mayo, estas imágenes muestran ondas de turbulentas nubes que dominan la atmósfera de Júpiter. Aquí se pueden identificar detalles tan pequeños como 4 millas de ancho. ¿Ves esas nubes pequeñas, brillantes y altas? Están a unos 16 kilómetros de ancho y en algunas áreas parecen formar "líneas sqall" - una estrecha banda de fuertes vientos y tormentas asociadas con un frente frío. En Júpiter, las nubes de esta altura casi seguramente están compuestas de agua y / o hielo de amoníaco. Las pequeñas nubes brillantes que salpican toda la zona tropical del sur de Júpiter (tercera imagen) parecen diminutas, pero en realidad giran aproximadamente 30 millas de ancho y 30 millas de altura y proyectan sombras sobre las nubes de abajo. Es posible que estas nubes sean fuentes de rayos. Esta es la primera vez que muchas torres de nubes han sido visibles, posiblemente porque la iluminación de la tarde es particularmente buena en esta geometría. Créditos: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS  #español #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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Repost from @nasa @TopRankRepost #TopRankRepost 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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#Repost @nasa (@get_repost) ・・・[20170525] Hellllooooo planet Earth! NASA astronaut Jack Fischer excitedly waves to the camera during Tuesday’s spacewalk on the International Space Station (@iss). From 250 miles above our home planet, Fischer and astronaut Peggy Whitson performed a contingency spacewalk to replace a failed data relay box. During their 2 hour 46 minute spacewalk, they were also able to install a pair of antennas on station to enhance wireless communication for future spacewalks. Credit: NASA #nasa #space #spacewalk #astronauts #astropeggy #astro2fish #spacestation, #antenna #earth, #float #suit #spacesuit #instapic #spacepic #picoftheday
@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
They look like beautiful oil paintings and pools, but actually are crazy super storms, filled with ammonia clouds of death! Some People want to think that we are being lied to about the world and space, be it aliens, flat earth, or gravity not existing. It's always run by some imaginary group who always is behind every event and every plan they make goes perfect. All while worshiping a baphamet or having gay sex rituals (which is weird, that every conspiracy type person I listen to seems to always break it down to blaming gays or Jews for it all) Why the fuck would you want to make up all these stories when the damn universe is so mind blowing in itself. Absolutely beautiful, violent, and so random that's the way life should be. It's perfect #amazing #space #jupiter #nasa #Repost @nasa (@get_repost) ・・・ 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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@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
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Moons hug the lonely heart, gazing at Jupiter miles apart. Dreaming💙 📸:Juno-NASA/JPL #gorgeousness #poetry #dreams #juno #jupiter #jupiterlove #jupes #spaceart #atmosphere #solarsystem #picofday #spacepic #love #dreams #theexpanse @nasa @nasajpl
#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
#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
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