Last week, this Tumblr went on a Hubble binge.  This week: Keck!  (Yes, in a desperate bid to keep the daily updates going, I’ve started using ground-based observations.)  We start with Jupiter, seen from the Keck Observatory at Mauna Kea in Hawaii on 4 June 2010, at wavelengths of 1.95-2.3 microns (i.e., infrared).  The gif covers about 30 minutes of real time.  (Program ID C304N2L.)

Last week, this Tumblr went on a Hubble binge.  This week: Keck!  (Yes, in a desperate bid to keep the daily updates going, I’ve started using ground-based observations.)  We start with Jupiter, seen from the Keck Observatory at Mauna Kea in Hawaii on 4 June 2010, at wavelengths of 1.95-2.3 microns (i.e., infrared).  The gif covers about 30 minutes of real time.  (Program ID C304N2L.)