Jupiter | Rediscovered Astronomy
By J.J. Del Mar
This animation of the largest planet in the solar system was rendered with the use of NASA textures on Blender. This isn’t a rotation of the planet; the animation presents a loop around the planet as it would be seen from a space probe. Jupiter’s rotation varies depending on the equator or closer to the poles of the planet. The great spot rotates rapidly just below the equator.
Jupiter Animation by J.J. Del Mar | Rediscovered Astronomy
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Jupiter Animation by J.J. Del Mar is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
Based on a work at http://www.redastronomy.com.