Jupiter and moons amateurUploader: Julius 21 days ago Subscribe 3796
For tiny discs, such as the moons of Jupiter, bigger is definitely better," he said. Europa Jupiter IIthe second of the four Galilean moons, is the second closest to Jupiter and the smallest at Amateur astronomer Anthony Wesley of Murrumbateman, Australia noticed a new peculiar Earth sized mark on the face of Jupiter two days ago. Their names derive from the lovers of Zeus. In Ganymede a thick and solid ice crust then formed. I really think this picture is so bad it has no value, but on the off chance that some expert might be able to see something in it or use it as a reference point, I figured I would put it up here. Why haven't we sent a microphone to Mars, or any other planet for that matter? This event is now being cataloged for a future paper Orton and his colleagues are working on.