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Scientists use 'lucky imaging' to obtain images of Jupiter that show 'jack-o-lantern' effect
by Caitlin O'Kane
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9 May 2020
On 9 May 2020 CBS News reported:
With help from a technique known as 'lucky imaging,' researchers have used the Gemini North telescope in Hawaii to capture some of the highest-resolution images of Jupiter ever obtained from the ground. Combined with optical and radio observations from NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and the Juno spacecraft, the images reveal new information about the formation of Jupiter's major storms and the planet's famous Great Red Spot, according to the Gemini Observatory.
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