Interest in Jupiter rises as Opposition approaches PDF Print E-mail

With the newly observed hole in Jupiter's Southern polar region, there has never been a better time to become familiar with Jupiter's bands and storms.

From the beginning of August, Jupiter will be rising at 21:50, and by the end of August it will rise at 19:40, visible in the constellation of Capricornus.

Why not take a look and see for yourself?

The NIAAS will be holding star parties, the next of which will coincide with the Perseid meteor shower - more details will be on the NIAAS Forum.

The Hubble Space Telescope has taken some amazing images of the impact region of Jupiter, testing out the newly installed WFC3.

Impact site of unknown object on Jupiter

 

 

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