Timelapse of Jupiter’s auroras
This timelapse video of the vivid auroras in Jupiter’s atmosphere was created using observations made with the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. Hubble is particularly suited to observing and studying the auroras on the biggest planet in the Solar System, as they are brightest in the ultraviolet.
Note: Magnetic fields can be a fascinating subject. Hopefully, Juno can shed some light on curious configurations such as this June 30, 2016 HST release.
~ JN Ph, 7.5