NOTE: This JPEG image is made available in order to share with the public the excitement of new discoveries being made via the NASA/JPL Galileo spacecraft. Galileo scientists are in the process of calibrating and validating this data. The full digital image necessary for scientific analysis will be released within one year of receipt of this orbit's last data.
This image is available only on the WWW; it is not available in hardcopy or other forms.
Jupiter's atmosphere in the 756 nm filter of the Galileo imaging system. The image is centered at planetographic latitude -26 and west longitude 328, and is the southwest part of a six-frame mosaic of the Great Red Spot. Each pixel subtends a square 35.7 km on a side. North is at the top. The universal time is 4 hours, 20 minutes, 55 seconds on June 26, 1996.
Range: 1.75 million km
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