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’Lucky Imaging’  technique helps Astronomers capture spectacular Jupiter imagery

’Lucky Imaging’ technique helps Astronomers capture spectacular Jupiter imagery

Observations from the Gemini North telescope in Hawaii, reveal lightning strikes and storm systems forming around deep clouds of water ice and liquid. The images show warm, deep layers of the planet’s atmosphere glowing through gaps in thick cloud cover in a ’jack-o-lantern’-like effect. The ’Lucky Imaging technique scrubs out the blurring effect of looking through Earth’s turbulent atmosphere.

Timothy
Timothy
Seekster
Seekster 4 months

Awesome details in the photo.

The Oracle8191
The Oracle8191 4 months

Astoundingly beautiful 😍

Lesley
Lesley 4 months

Why isn't Jupiter flat? Or is Earth the only flat celestial body in the cosmos?

Idiot Prole
Idiot Prole 4 months

This is what astronomy looks like on acid. I personally prefer a combination of beer and my painkillers for it (as well as beta blockers to steady my shaky hands) but I'm sure LSD or 'shrooms would work brilliantly, especially for UFO spotting. Drugs are bad, kids.

Dave
Dave 4 months

Not Jupiter! You go there to get more stupider!

ken taro
ken taro 4 months

Wow

ConcealCarryProtect
ConcealCarryProtect 4 months

Looks like some hipster took a macro shot of their starbucks latte art.

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