2020年10月19日

A Flight over Jupiter Near the Great Red Spot
Image Credit:
NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS; Video Processing & License: Kevin M. Gill; Music: Vangelis

Explanation: Are you willing to wait to see the largest and oldest known storm system in the Solar System? In the featured video, Jupiter’s Great Red Spot finally makes its appearance 2 minutes and 12 seconds into the 5-minute video. Before it arrives, you may find it pleasing to enjoy the continually changing view of the seemingly serene clouds of Jupiter, possibly with your lights low and sound up. The 41 frames that compose the video were captured in June as the robotic Juno spacecraft was making a close pass over our Solar System’s largest planet. The time-lapse sequence actually occurred over four hours. Since arriving at Jupiter in 2016, Juno’s numerous discoveries have included unexpectedly deep atmospheric jet streams, the most powerful auroras ever recorded, and water-bearing clouds bunched near Jupiter’s equator.

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Tomorrow’s picture: great sky orbs

飞越木星红斑
影像提供:
NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS; 影片处理与授权:Kevin M. Gill; 配乐:Vangelis

说明:如果为了看太阳系最大最古老的风暴系统,你愿意等待吗?在这部5分钟长的主题影片里,直到2分12秒时,木星的大红斑才现踪。不过在它出现前,如果你周围的灯光调暗喇叭的音量提高,视野里不同木星区看似宁静云层,看起来或许也挺赏心悦目的。组成这部影片的第41影格,是今年7月朱诺号太空船近距离掠过太阳系最庞大的木星时所摄。这部缩时影像序列,其实浓缩自真实长度为4小时的影片。从2016年抵达木星后,朱诺号达成的众多发现之中,包括找到异常深层的喷射气流、记录上最明亮的极光、和位在木星赤道附近的

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明日的图片:great sky orbs

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烟烟 白

太震撼了……這五分鐘我感覺自己都沒有喘氣似的……