Join Donate

The Bruce Murray Space Image Library

Jupiter global view from Cassini

Jupiter global view from Cassini

NASA / JPL-Caltech / SSI / color composite by Gordan Ugarkovic

Jupiter global view from Cassini
This approximately natural color view of Jupiter was taken by Cassini's narrow-angle camera on 14 November 2000, during approach to the giant planet. The famous Great Red Spot is not visible, but a white oval spot is visible in the southern hemisphere, at approx. 5 o'clock position. It might well be the one called Oval BA, the progenitor to the now well known "Red Spot Junior".

 Distance: 43.8 million km. Phase angle: 17 degrees.

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. For uses not allowed by that license, contact us to request publication permission from the copyright holder: Gordan Ugarkovic

Explore related images: BMSIL, photo taken from space, pretty pictures, Cassini, data art (was amateur image processing), full-globe view, Jupiter

You are here:
Comments & Sharing
More Images
Bill Nye and people
Let's Change the World

Become a member of The Planetary Society and together we will create the future of space exploration.

Join Today

Bruce Murray and Carl Sagan
Pretty Pictures

Support the Bruce Murray Space Image Library and help us share the wonders of other worlds.

Donate

"We're changing the world. Are you in?"
- CEO Bill Nye

I'm In!