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The Hubble Space Telescope captures the largest planet in the solar system after Jupiter made the nearest approach to Earth in a year April 3, 2017. At a distance of 415 million miles (668 million kilometers) from Earth, Jupiter clearly shows the colorful, roiling atmosphere, the legendary Great Red Spot, and it smaller companion at farther southern latitudes dubbed "Red Spot Jr."

The Hubble Space Telescope captures the largest planet in the solar system after Jupiter made the nearest approach to Earth in a year April 3, 2017. At a distance of 415 million miles (668 million kilometers) from Earth, Jupiter clearly shows the colorful, roiling atmosphere, the legendary Great Red Spot, and it smaller companion at farther southern latitudes dubbed "Red Spot Jr." Stock Photo
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NASA Photo / Alamy Stock Photo

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J01271

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22.4 MB (380.6 KB Compressed download)

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2800 x 2800 px | 23.7 x 23.7 cm | 9.3 x 9.3 inches | 300dpi

Date taken:

14 April 2014

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This image could have imperfections as it’s either historical or reportage.

The Hubble Space Telescope captures the largest planet in the solar system after Jupiter made the nearest approach to Earth in a year April 3, 2017. At a distance of 415 million miles (668 million kilometers) from Earth, Jupiter clearly shows the colorful, roiling atmosphere, the legendary Great Red Spot, and it smaller companion at farther southern latitudes dubbed "Red Spot Jr."

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