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Topic: methane band time

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Jupiter Equatorial Region in a Methane Band Time Set 1

Jupiter Equatorial Region in a Methane Band Time Set 1

Jupiter Equatorial Region in a Methane Band Time Set 1 NASA/JPL

Jupiter Equatorial Region in a Methane Band Time Set 1

Jupiter Equatorial Region in a Methane Band Time Set 1

Mosaic of an equatorial "hotspot" on Jupiter at 889 nanometers (nm). The mosaic covers an area of 34,000 kilometers by 11,000 kilometers. Light at 889 nm is strongly absorbed by atmospheric methane. This image ... more

Jupiter Equatorial Region in a Methane Band Time Set 3

Jupiter Equatorial Region in a Methane Band Time Set 3

Jupiter Equatorial Region in a Methane Band Time Set 3 NASA/JPL-Caltech

Jupiter Equatorial Region in a Methane Band Time Set 3

Jupiter Equatorial Region in a Methane Band Time Set 3

Jupiter Equatorial Region in a Methane Band Time Set 3 NASA/JPL-Caltech

Jupiter Equatorial Region in a Methane Band Time Set 4

Jupiter Equatorial Region in a Methane Band Time Set 4

Jupiter Equatorial Region in a Methane Band Time Set 4 NASA/JPL-Caltech

Jupiter Long-lived White Ovals in a Methane Band Time Set 2

Jupiter Long-lived White Ovals in a Methane Band Time Set 2

These images, taken on February 19, 1997 by NASA Galileo orbiter, show two of the three long-lived White Ovals that formed to the south of the Jupiter Great Red Spot. NASA/JPL-Caltech

Jupiter Long-lived White Ovals in a Methane Band Time Set 2

Jupiter Long-lived White Ovals in a Methane Band Time Set 2

These images, taken on February 19, 1997 by NASA Galileo orbiter, show two of the three long-lived White Ovals that formed to the south of the Jupiter Great Red Spot. NASA/JPL-Caltech

Jupiter Northern Hemisphere in a Methane Band Time Set 1

Jupiter Northern Hemisphere in a Methane Band Time Set 1

Jupiter atmospheric circulation is dominated by alternating eastward and westward jets from equatorial to polar latitudes. This image was taken on April 3, 1997, by NASA Galileo spacecraft. NASA/JPL-Caltech

Jupiter Northern Hemisphere in a Methane Band Time Set 1

Jupiter Northern Hemisphere in a Methane Band Time Set 1

Jupiter atmospheric circulation is dominated by alternating eastward and westward jets from equatorial to polar latitudes. This image was taken on April 3, 1997, by NASA Galileo spacecraft. NASA/JPL-Caltech

Jupiter Northern Hemisphere in a Methane Band Time Set 2

Jupiter Northern Hemisphere in a Methane Band Time Set 2

Jupiter atmospheric circulation is dominated by alternating eastward and westward jets from equatorial to polar latitudes. This image was taken on April 3, 1997, by NASA Galileo spacecraft. NASA/JPL-Caltech

Jupiter Northern Hemisphere in a Methane Band Time Set 2

Jupiter Northern Hemisphere in a Methane Band Time Set 2

Jupiter atmospheric circulation is dominated by alternating eastward and westward jets from equatorial to polar latitudes. This image was taken on April 3, 1997, by NASA Galileo spacecraft. NASA/JPL-Caltech

Jupiter Northern Hemisphere in a Methane Band Time Set 3

Jupiter Northern Hemisphere in a Methane Band Time Set 3

Jupiter atmospheric circulation is dominated by alternating eastward and westward jets from equatorial to polar latitudes. This image was taken on April 3, 1997, by NASA Galileo spacecraft. NASA/JPL-Caltech

Jupiter Northern Hemisphere in a Methane Band Time Set 3

Jupiter Northern Hemisphere in a Methane Band Time Set 3

Jupiter atmospheric circulation is dominated by alternating eastward and westward jets from equatorial to polar latitudes. This image was taken on April 3, 1997, by NASA Galileo spacecraft. NASA/JPL-Caltech