AS101 Lecture 22

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AS101 Lecture 22 Logistics: • Night Lab: Last Lecture: • Atmosphere of terrestrial planets Today’s Lecture: • Jovian planets A brown stripe on Jupiter, the king of planets, has returned after a springtime fade, astronomers reported Wednesday. Called the South Equatorial Belt (SEB), the atmospheric band south of Jupiter's equator had turned white, earlier this year. In November, however, Filipino amateur astronomer, Christopher Go of Cebu City, observed a bright spot in the unusually whitened belt, according to a University of California, Berkeley, statement . Observations from large telescopes in Hawaii, suggest the stripe has returned. Nov 24, 2010
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The Gas Giants (Jovian Planets)
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The Gas Giants Emily Mcknight: Based on the Nebular Theory of Solar System Formation, what would you expect to find in the center of Jupiter and Saturn?
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Galileo Spacecraft to Jupiter
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Cassini Huygens Space Probe Building the Huygens Probe
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Jupiter’s Atmosphere Three gases condense in the
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