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Look Up And See Jupiter Tonight, Has Not Been This Close Since 1963

“The last time we were there studying them directly was with the Galileo spacecraft in the 1990s,” says Fox-Powell. Alternatively, the concentrate has tended to fall on the giant planet itself. But now there’s JUICE, a devoted mission heading for its icy satellites. The two stars in WR140 produce shells of dust each eight years that appear like rings, as captured by NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope. Just like the Earth, Jupiter experiences auroras around its poles as an effect of the solar wind. Nevertheless, auroras at Jupiter are permanent and have a variable intensity, though Earth’s auroras are transient...