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Jupiter Looks Serene in Ultraviolet and Absolutely Terrifying in Infrared – Gizmodo Australia

Though named for the Roman riff on Zeus, the planet Jupiter looks every bit a happy home for Hades in an infrared image (below) captured by the Gemini North telescope…

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Though named for the Roman riff on Zeus, the planet Jupiter looks every bit a happy home for Hades in an infrared image (below) captured by the Gemini North telescope of Mauna Keas Gemini Observatory. Meanwhile, the Hubble Space Telescope produced a lovely ultraviolet view of the planet. These contrasting images are a reminder that the visible spectrum tells only part of the story when it comes to objects in outer space.
Taken in January 2017, the three images capture Jupiter in three different…

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