Nareit opens up hallucinations on ‘Jupiter’ receiving ‘Halloween Festival’ before orbiting Earth on November 3, 2023. When will it start being seen? Check the time here
National Institute for Astronomical Research (NRCT) or Nareet Wonderfully “Jupiter is the closest planet to Earth in the year.” Calling the Thai people to consider ‘Jupiter’ Through telescopes at five observatories Nareet In Chiang Mai, Nakhon Ratchasima, Chachoengsao, Songkhla and Khon Kaen, free on November 3, 2023. ‘Jupiter’ It will orbit in a position opposite the Sun, i.e. the position of the Sun, Earth and Jupiter. Arranged in the same straight line there is a world in the middle. As a result, Jupiter is in its position. Closest to Earth in year It is about 595 million kilometers away from Earth, which was before that day during Halloween festival Nareet She revealed a photo of a face so terrifying it makes goosebumps rise when looking at it. ‘Jupiter’
This is a picture of the area “Jet N7” It is a region with a turbulent atmosphere near the north pole of Jupiter. (Latitude approximately 69 degrees north) Looking at it, it resembles his face in a hair-raising way. In fact, it can be said that this is a consequence “Pareidolia” (Pareidolia) A psychological phenomenon in which our brain tries to understand what surrounds it and imagines it in the form of a face or different shapes. Although this image is just the dividing line between Jupiter’s day and night hemispheres. Furthermore, the angle of incidence of sunlight exposes clouds and turbulent storms, which helps astronomer Able to better study Jupiter’s atmosphere.
This photo was taken by camera. JunoCam The Juno spacecraft was photographed as it orbited Jupiter for the 54th time at an altitude of about 7,700 kilometers above the atmosphere on September 7, 2023. Processed by Vladimir Tarasov, a citizen scientist who used raw files that are the original publicly accessible JunoCam data. .
to ‘Jupiter’ It is about to make its closest orbit to Earth this year on November 3, 2023. This is a good opportunity for those who want to observe or take photos. On that day, when the sun sets, Jupiter will appear shining in the east. They can be observed with the naked eye all night until dawn if you look through a telescope 4 inches in diameter with a magnification of 30 times or more. The four Galilean moons can be observed: Io, Europa, Ganymede, Callisto, and Jupiter’s beautiful cloud belts. If you use 100x magnification or more, you can see the big red spot. A giant tornado 1.3 times the size of Earth can be clearly seen.
On that day, when the sun sets, Jupiter will appear shining in the east. It can be observed with the naked eye throughout the night until dawn if you look through a telescope and the size of 4 inches in diameter can be observed with magnification of 30 times or more. The four Galilean moons are Io, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto, in addition to Jupiter’s beautiful cloud belts. If you use 100x magnification or more, you can clearly see the #BigRedSpot, a giant tornado 1.3 times larger than Earth.
Information with pictures: Nareit National Institute for Astronomical Research
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