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We keep our star talk down to earth! Beginning stargazers, professional astronomers, armchair astronauts and the cosmologically curious are all invited to join us. Galaxies Astronomy Club was founded in 1994.
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Here is a preview of a @NASAJuno animation by Gerald Eichstädt.— Seán Doran (@_TheSeaning) May 26, 2017
Upscaled, Uptimed x3, Process x12: https://t.co/ez5iIttkT1 pic.twitter.com/ErPSxRdOva
Mein gott, this thing is beautiful!
"Confirmed: Jupiter is, indeed, insanely big. It is also beautiful https://t.co/fxORWJPKyt"Read more from Twitter
"Perijove Passage: https://t.co/vZSEcJjRAY by NASA, Juno, @swri, MSSS, Gerald Eichstadt, Sean Doran"Read more from Twitter
Some @NASAJuno Jovian clouds...— Seán Doran (@_TheSeaning) June 7, 2017
HQ: https://t.co/nVR9WqVPFo pic.twitter.com/sozLEpZzf2
Looks like a painting but It's real...all of it pic.twitter.com/WDvZZSnYd6 RT @CosmossUp— SpaceAstronomer (@SpaceAstronomer) June 11, 2017
Check out the "String of Pearls" on Jupiter in this new image from Juno: https://t.co/naPpzonoXb @yulsman pic.twitter.com/sGomGIytcB— Discover Magazine (@DiscoverMag) June 28, 2017
The ‘Face’ of Jupiter - NASA https://t.co/q39L5ZGjyy #Jupiter #StormHour pic.twitter.com/SiwyHb3bMT— #StormHour (@StormHour) June 29, 2017
The @NASAJuno spacecraft will buzz Jupiter today, passing over the planet's Great Red Spothttps://t.co/cf5PelC4gs pic.twitter.com/wpORMcxnVl— Ron Baalke (@RonBaalke) July 10, 2017
This is from yesterday - looking for the images produced now.
Today, Jupiter’s Great Red Spot is going to get its close-up by Juno! https://t.co/SvYKEOKOY1 pic.twitter.com/qWXxdoYxsi— Phil Plait (@BadAstronomer) July 10, 2017