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What does Jupiter look like from its nearest moon?

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The moon and Jupiter will shine bright near each other in the night sky on Sunday (May 7). ... telescopes one can view its cloud belts; sometimes one or more can look strongly disturbed, full of knots and sprouting festoons or on the other side of the coin, perhaps looking like pale belts crossing the planet. read more

METIS Metis is the closest moon to Jupiter. Metis is 25 miles (40 km) in diameter and orbits 79,500 miles (128,000 km) from Jupiter, within its main ring. read more

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