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NASA's Hubble Takes Close-up Portrait of Jupiter

On April 3, 2017, as Jupiter made its nearest approach to Earth in a year, NASA's Hubble Space Telescope viewed the solar system's largest planet in all of its up-close glory. At a distance of 415 million miles (668 million kilometers) from Earth, Jupiter offered spectacular views of its colorful, roiling atmosphere, the legendary Great Red Spot, and its smaller companion at farther southern latitudes dubbed "Red Spot Jr."

HUBBLESITE: hubblesite.org/image/4012/news_release/2017-15

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Uploaded on June 5, 2017