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Jupiter Probe Images Made Into Stunning Art (Gallery)

Clouds of Europa

Norm S./NASA/JunoCam/Public Domain

One artist used images taken by JunoCam to imagine a day far into the future. The artist, username Norm S., writes, "Jupiter 1 million years from now rising above the clouds of Europa. Strong tidal forces have increased the pressure inside Europa. Steam from the ocean below leaks into the now atmosphere. Europa's clouds are pure and reflective."

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