provocative-planet-pics-please.tumblr.com Jupiter just before midnight on 10th February 2016 Celestron EdgeHD 11 ASI120M camera Televue Powermate 2.5x Baader IR Pass 685nm ZWO RGB filters Processed with AS!2 REgistax6 and PS CS6 Imaged from London #jupiter #astronomy #astrophotography #space #planets by rogerhutch931 https://www.instagram.com/p/BBqVKEaGXOo/
In 1989, Voyager 2 made our first close encounter with the stunning blue planet Neptune. Its surprisingly turbulent, storm-laden atmosphere, this far from the sun, was clearly being driven by heat from deep within the planet
The planet has an Earth Similarity Index of 0.81, one of the highest Earth Similarity Indices for any known extrasolar planet. It is in its star's habitable zone. To date, it is the second closest known potentially habitable exoplanet to Earth. The closest potentially habitable exoplanet is Kapteyn b, at 13 light years distant. Gliese 832 c (also known as Gl 832 c or GJ 832 c) is an extrasolar planet located approximately 16 light-years away in the constellation of Grus
Giant Jupiter. The dark smudge at bottom right is debris from a comet or asteroid that plunged into Jupiter's atmosphere and disintegrated. In addition to the fresh impact, the image reveals a spectacular variety of shapes in the swirling atmosphere of Jupiter. The planet is wrapped in bands of yellow, brown and white clouds. These bands are produced by the atmosphere flowing in different directions at various places. When these opposing flows interact, turbulence appears.