Jupiter's Auroras 'Dance' In Hubble Time-Lapse | Video

Since Voyager 1 discovered the Jovian auroras in 1979, several observatories have captured the them in x-ray, ultraviolet and visible light. The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope was used to capture imagery of the auroras for about a month, while NASA's Juno spacecraft flew through the solar wind that was creating them. [Learn More About the Jovian Auroras]

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