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Pick a Postcard - Jupiter


This is a color-enhanced image of Jupiter taken by Voyager 1.
Courtesy of NASA

This is the Vela Supernova Remnant. This nebula is the remnant of a supernova that exploded about 10,000 years ago.
Courtesy of NASA

This is an image of jupiter and its four moons, the Galilean satellites photographed by Voyager 1. They are not to scale, but in their correct positions.
Courtesy of NASA

This is a three-color filter image of Jupiter and Io. It was taken on June 10, 1979 by Voyager 2.
Courtesy of NASA

This is an image of Jupiter's giant redspot.
Courtesy of NASA

An image of Jupiter's atmosphere taken by the Galileo spacecraft.
Courtesy of NASA

This is a drawing of the Galileo probe exploring the environment of Jupiter.
Painting by Ken Hodges

This is a close-up image of Europa taken by Voyager 2 on July 9,1979.
Courtesy of NASA

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