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From: "David B." <DavidB@nomail.afraid.invalid>
Subject: Jupiter photos
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"Traveling above Jupiter at more than 130,000 miles per hour, NASA's $1 
billion Juno probe took its ninth set of stunning flyby images on 
October 24. But the sun slipped between the giant planet and Earth for 
more than a week, blocking the spacecraft from beaming home its precious 
bounty of data.

Now that the conjunction is over, however, new raw image data from 
Juno's ninth perijove — as the spacecraft's high-speed flybys are called 
— has poured in. Researchers posted it all online on Tuesday, and a 
community of amateurs and professionals has been busily processing the 
data to yield colorful and stunning new pictures of Jupiter."

http://www.sci-techuniverse.com/2017/11/nasas-1-billion-jupiter-pro...

Fascinating images. Enjoy! :-)

-- 
David B.