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Evidence Of Life Inside Jupiters Moon Europa

June 28, 2020 |

Jupiter’s moon Europa has been long viewed as a potential habitat for alien life beyond Earth. Now, a new research reveals that the subsurface ocean on Jupiter’s moon, hidden beneath the thick shell of ice, should be able to support life. Read More

Now We Know What is Beneath Jupiter Clouds

June 5, 2016 | 3

People have been captivated by the mighty gas giant Jupiter for centuries, with its powerful swirling clouds and the iconic glowering red eye… really interesting, but we’ve no idea what lies beneath those colorful cloud layers, until now! Read More

Did Asteroid Hit Jupiter? Or Comet?

April 2, 2016 |

On Mar 17 it was rumored that amateur astronomers looking at Jupiter that night saw a brief flash of light on the surface of the gas giant. Read More

Stargazers: Tonight Is The Best View Of Jupiter In Years

March 8, 2016 |

Tuesday, March 8, 2016 the sun, Earth and Jupiter are lined up in a straight line with Earth in the middle, thus means that Jupiter and the sun will be on opposite sides of the sky, when sun sets in the west, Jupiter will rise in the east. The phenomena is called Jupiter opposition. Read More

Astronomers Found A Jupiter-Like Planet Orbiting Sun-Like Star. Twin Solar System?

July 17, 2015 |

So far, NASA’ Kepler Space Telescope and other exoplanet survey missions have found thousands of alien planetary systems with nearly 2,000 confirmed exoplanets. Read More

June: Venus Is At Its Best Right Now. Jupiter Easily Visible In Evening Sky

June 13, 2015 |

This June, skywatchers will have an opportunity to observe in the western sky — less than an hour after sunset — the two brightest planets in the night sky, Venus the brightest planet, and Jupiter as they are going to converge for a jaw-dropping close encounter. Read More

Jupiter’s Moon Europa Has No Shortage Of Salt

May 13, 2015 |

Jupiter’s icy moon Europe is probably the most fascinating moon in our solar system because its the most likely places to search for alien life. Read More

Once-Wild Jupiter could have Destroyed Super Earths in Our Solar System

March 24, 2015 | 1

As astronomers have gained the ability gaze at far-off exoplanets, they have started to realize our solar system is more unique than they could have imagined. Many other alien’ systems have ‘super-Earths’ and other planets in tight orbits close to their star, but ours does not. And now we might know why. Read More

NASA: Jupiter’s Moon Ganymede has a Salty Ocean with More Water than Earth

March 13, 2015 |

Believe it or not, astronomers are abuzz about another sea that may be a home for life, and it’s not on Saturn’s Titan or Enceladus, or Jupiter’s icy satellite Europa. New data suggests Jupiter’s moon Ganymede, the largest in the solar system, has an underground ocean which contains more water than all of Earth’s surface water combined, according to NASA. Read More

See Jupiter at its best ~ Stargazing

February 3, 2015 |

On February 6, 2015, Jupiter comes closest to Earth on its opposition date, coming to within 404 million miles (650 million kilometers) of Earth. Earth passes more or less between the sun and Jupiter, placing Jupiter opposite the sun in our sky. Astronomers call this event an opposition of Jupiter. Read More

The Cause Behind Jupiter’s Red Spot ~ Mistery Solved

November 13, 2014 | 2

Large enough to swallow three planets the size of the Earth, Jupiter’s Great Red Spot (GRS) is the greatest and most persistent anticyclonic storm in the Solar System, having raged in the planet’s atmosphere for at least 400 years. Read More

Jupiter’s Giant Red Spot Get Smaller

May 17, 2014 |

Jupiter’s Great Red Spot seems to be on a cosmic diet, shrinking rapidly before our eyes. Jupiter’s Great Red Spot might be, quite literally, the perfect storm: It’s a swirling, anti-cyclonic vortex that’s big enough to engulf three Earths and has been raging in the atmosphere of the solar system’s largest planet for at least 400 years. Read More

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