Oil painting rotates, stormy storms and the famous Jupiter "Great red spot": a stunning large planet captured by the Juno NASA probe
- Stunning images captured by NASA's Cosmos Telescope JunoCam shows twisted gas clouds covering Jupiter Dramatic paintings of "chaotic and turbulent "clouds of Jupiter enhanced by color NASA techniques
- Junocam is designed to photograph the polar regions of the planet to give hints about how it was formed
- engine was launched in 2011 and entered Jupiter's Polar Orbit in July 2016
A stunning image of the twisted gas cloud and stormy storms covering Jupiter were discovered by NASA.
He was specially designed to capture the polar regions of the planet in search of evidence of how the planet is formed.
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Juno was launched on August 5, 2011, before entering the northern orbit of the planet in July 2016. The planet's "clouds" of the planet, captured by the planet Jupiter, may not even have a surface on which people could stand
Juno was launched on August 5, 2011, before entering the northern orbit of the planet in July 2016.
JunoCam has recorded these photographs of Jupiter's large plans for the poles, as well as the swirling cloudy clouds covering the gas giant in recent months.
and one and half times all other planets in the solar system are connected and experts discuss whether its cloud is a solid core or whether the planet is entirely composed of gases
Recent images of the twisted cloud Jupiter was treated by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Although there are a large number of images of the northern hemisphere of the planet, the new images show the southern hemisphere of Jupiter, which was depicted less often.
There is a large number of images of the northern hemisphere of the planet, with new images showing the southern hemisphere of Jupiter. The latest images of the swirling cloud formation of Jupiter have been processed by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory
A stunning detailing of the close-up was captured by the camera n spacecraft, known as JunoCam, specially designed for photographing polar regions of the planet
What is Jupiter's Great Red
Jupiter's Great Red Spot – a giant oval of crimson in the southern hemisphere of Jupiter, moving clockwise around the perimeter of the oval. 19659012] The largest storm in the solar system, it looks like a deep red ball, surrounded by layers of pale yellow, orange and white colors. t streams, a large red spot is an anticyclone rotating around a center of high atmospheric pressure, which makes it rotate in the opposite direction to hurricanes on Earth.
The large red spot of Jupiter is a giant red oval of clouds in the southern hemisphere of Jupiter that run counterclockwise around the perimeter of the oval
The mid-storms were measured at several hundred kilometers per hour, with wind storms more than any storm on Earth, NASA astronomers said. In the late 1800's it was estimated about 35,000 miles (about 56,000 km) in diameter – wide enough for four land to fit nearby.
The size of 10,000 miles (16,000 kilometers) due to April 3, 2017 The large red spot is 1.3 times wider than Earth and gradually decreases over time.
Solar powered spacecraft that left the Earth eight years ago made history by entering Jupiter's orbit.
NASA Javan probe released its main rocket engine at 4.18 AM BST (11.18pm ET) in 2011, slowing down at a speed of 165,000 miles per hour
With Juno on an autopilot, a delicately choreographic move came without any help from ground controllers, so the mission of the spacecraft exploded from applause and applause when the orbit was confirmed at 4:53 AM BST (11.53pm ET).
The Great Red Jupiter Plaga has long been behind Intrigued by astronomers, with its gigantic twists and storms with harsh winds.
For the first time with certainty it was observed 150 years ago, it is through a telescope through its reddish color against a white, yellowish, ocher cloud contrasting with the rest of the planet.
Numerous studies conducted on a storm, by their nature, create a huge challenge for planetary meteorologists.
Last year, researchers discovered what really happened during the storm – and found that its center is surprisingly calm.
Although the winds reach 450 mph (724 km / h) on its edge, in the center, they are just 25 m / s (40 km / h),
WHO ISSUING CHARACTERISTICS OF YPITER LANGUAGES  Experts have studied recent evidence gathered from NASA's Juno spacecraft to find out the reason why gases form bands on Jupiter.
Jet stream jets reach depths up to 3000 kilometers below Jupiter clouds, which are shades of white, red, orange, brown and yellow.
The inner part of Jupiter is magnetized, which, according to researchers, explains why stream flows go as deeply as they are, but do not go deeper. Also, there are no continents and mountains under the atmosphere of Jupiter, which would prevent the flow of the jet.
This makes jet streams on Jupiter easier than on Earth, and causes less turbulence in the upper atmosphere
. Clouds in the Big Red Plate.
These phenomena are confined to a thin layer of thickness of only 31 miles (50 km), which is a roof of clouds of stains, and inside, it is likely to descend to a depth of several hundred kilometers,
It contains cumulus clouds of congested storms that They are formed by condensation of ammonia vapors, narrow gravitational waves, similar to those formed on Earth, when the wind blows to the mountain peaks.
Nevertheless, in its center there is peace, where the clouds move, rotating in the opposite direction at a maximum speed of only 15 mph (25 km / h), according to the team.
Despite numerous studies conducted on the Storm, its nature is a huge challenge for planetary meteorologists.