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a satellite of Jupiter, discovered by Galileo Galilei in 1610.
a satellite of Jupiter, discovered by Galileo Galilei in 1610.
a satellite of Jupiter, discovered by Galileo Galilei in 1610
a satellite of Jupiter, discovered by Galileo Galilei in 1610
a satellite of Jupiter, discovered by Edward Emerson Barnard in 1892.
a satellite of Jupiter, discovered by C. Perrine in 1904.
a satellite of Jupiter, discovered by C. Perrine in 1905.
a satellite of Jupiter, discovered by P. Melotte in 1908.
a satellite of Jupiter, discovered by S. Nicholson in 1914.
a satellite of Jupiter, discovered by S. Nicholson in 1938.
a satellite of Jupiter, discovered by S. Nicholson in 1938.
a satellite of Jupiter, discovered by S. Nicholson in 1951.
a satellite of Jupiter, discovered by Charles T. Kowal in 1974.
a satellite of Jupiter, discovered by Stephen Synnott in 1979
a satellite of Jupiter, discovered by D. Jewitt & E. Danielson in 1979
a satellite of Jupiter, discovered by Stephen Synnott in 1979.
Jupiter at JPL
Planet Profile. Mosaic of Jupiter.
Some facts about Jupiter from StarDate.
Many interesting facts and images about Jupiter.
NSSDC Photo Gallery: Jupiter
Most of the photos on this page were taken by the Voyager 1 and 2 spacecraft.
Jupiter-Comet Collision Gallery (24-Jul-1995)
A sampling of images displaying the effects of the collision between fragments of the Schoemaker-Levy 9 comet and the gas giant Jupiter.
Jupiter's Ring System
Jupiter's Ring System: Animations, Images.
Hubble Image of Jupiter
This view of Jupiter has been constructed from images obtained with the Hubble Space Telescope on Feb. 13, 1995.
ROSAT: Jupiter (HRI Image)
A soft X-ray HRI image of Jupiter.
Images of Jupiter's Atmosphere
This image is made available in order to share with the public the excitement of new discoveries being made via the NASA/JPL Galileo spacecraft.
Jupiter Fact Sheet
Jupiter: Bulk parameters, Orbital parameters, Observational Parameters, Mean Orbital Elements (J2000), Magnetosphere, Atmosphere.
True Color of Jupiter's Great Red Spot
Color image of the Great Red Spot of Jupiter as taken by the Galileo imaging system on June 26, 1996.
Jupiter page at the Illinois State Academy of Science.
Exploring The Planets - Jupiter
Jupiter page by the National Air and Space Museum.
The Planet Jupiter
Jupiter page in the Astronomy Lectures at the University of Tennessee.
The Jovian System
Jupiter description with images by Sea and Sky.
Some facts about the structure and properties of Jupiter.
The Online Planetarium Show: Jupiter
Jupiter page by ThinkQuest Inc.
First 3-D images of Jupiter's radiation belts
Images that have been made with data taken by the Australia Telescope Compact Array (ATCA). Radio images of Jupiter are also provided.
Images of Jupiter
Jupiter images from various missions by NASA's Planetary Photojournal.
Missions to Jupiter - Explore the Cosmos | The Planetary Society
List of missions to Jupiter by the Planetary Society.
Jupiter Satellite Data
Jupiter's known satellites information by the Institute for Astronomy, University of Hawaii.
Jupiter Millennium Flyby
Information on a flyby of Jupiter made by Cassini spacecraft on its journey to Saturn in December 2000.
HubbleSite - News Releases about Jupiter
Hubble Space Telescope news releases related to Jupiter including images made by HST.
Jupiter Today - Your Daily Source of Jupiter News
A daily listing of news stories, mission updates and scientific information on Jupiter by SpaceRef Interactive Inc.
Exploring Jupiter
Articles about planet Jupiter and its exploration by Space Today Online.
Observation of planet JUPITER
Lunar and Planetary Observation and CCD imaging page by Antonio Cidadao.
The Solar System: Jupiter
New York Times articles and links to relevant resources about Jupiter.
News stories about Jupiter published by Universe Today.
Jupiter Features
This sketch, made by Jane Houston through a 7" refractor on a night of excellent seeing at Fremont Peak, shows many (not all) of the features observable on Jupiter with amateur telescopes. Provided by The Shallow Sky.
IOPW - Atmosphere Discipline: Jupiter images
Jupiter images provided by the Atmosphere Discipline of the International Outer Planets Watch.
Jupiter -- from Eric Weisstein's World of Astronomy
Articles on Jupiter from Eric W. Weisstein's online encyclopedia of astronomy.
Jupiter description from the Encyclopedia of Astrobiology, Astronomy, and Spaceflight by David Darling.
Information on Jupiter by Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Astronomy Lecture Notes - Jupiter
A brief introduction to Jupiter at the website of the University of Mississippi.
Jupiter: Photos by NAOJ PR Office
Images of Jupiter from the National Astronomical Observatory of Japan image gallery.
Themisto (moon)
Information on Jupiter's moon Themisto by Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Darian calendar for Jupiter was created by Thomas Gangale.
Jupiter description from the Astronomy Knowledge Base
Primary Jupiter parameters and properties.
Jupiter: The Giant Planet
World Book editors have compiled a collection of articles about Jupiter and human efforts to explore the giant planet.
NASA - Jupiter
An article on Jupiter by World Book @ NASA.
Album: Jupiter
Jupiter images from Mount Stromlo and Siding Spring Observatories of the Australian National University's Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics.
Red Spot Jr.
This website was created to cover Red Spot Jr. Red Spot Jr. is basically the South Temperate Belt (STB) spot of Jupiter designated Oval BA. Provided by Filipino amateur astronomer Christopher Go.
Jupiter Encounter
Jupiter images by Cassini at Cassini imaging team website. Jupiter
Jupiter stories, multimedia and news.
Brief description of Jupiter at the Journey Through the Galaxy website.
Jupiter's Moons Observed By 2MASS
2MASS Atlas Image Gallery at the Infrared Processing and Analysis Center of the California Institute of Technology.
Exclusive: New Horizons update 9
Principal Investigator S. Alan Stern updates on the spacecraft and its science results as New Horizons approaches Jupiter.
Transit Times of Jupiter's Great Red Spot - Sky and Telescope article
Calculate the best times to see the Great Red Spot.
International Jupiter Watch
The International Jupiter Watch (now the International Outer Planet Watch) is an informal program for the encouragement and coordination of the study of temporal variations in the outer solar system.
APOD: 2008 May 23 - Jupiter's Three Red Spots
For about 300 years Jupiter's banded atmosphere has shown a remarkable feature to telescopic viewers, a large swirling storm system known as The Great Red Spot.
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