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NASA – Photo processed by Gerald Eichstadt and Sean Doran

 

NASA’s billion-dollar Mission Juno probe sent home stunning images of Jupiter on October 24th. This was the probe’s ninth high-speed flyby of the planet, called a perijove. NASA invites the public to process the raw image data received from the probe into colorful images, which are submitted to the agency for sharing with the public. The awe-inspiring results are posted on NASA’s website, where you can see both the raw data as well as the processed photos. A few samples are included here.

Seán Doran, a graphic artist from the UK who regularly submits his processed images to NASA, tweeted on November 7th: “Brand new Jupiter pics from @NASAJuno Perijove 09! What a blimmin’ gorgeous/diabolical planet.”

 

 

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Rebecca Wallick

Rebecca is a freelance writer and publisher living near McCall, Idaho. A Seattle native and recovering attorney, she much prefers the quiet, slow pace, and distinct seasons of the West Central Mountains, enjoying the skiing, hiking and running opportunities provided by the nearby Payette National Forest. Rebecca is a Contributing Editor with Bark magazine, and the author of Growing Up Boeing: The Early Jet Age Through the Eyes of a Test Pilot’s Daughter (Feb 2014).

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