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Images from the Hubble Space Telescope, WFPC2
Look at the image of Jupiter on this page. If you look closely, you can pick
out the bands of clouds covering Jupiter and the Great Red Spot. Look more closely
still and you will see one of Jupiter's largest moons, Io, off to the side. This is
a picture of Jupiter in visible light.
Click on this image and see how Jupiter looks in ultraviolet light.
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