Great Red Spot Pictures

(64 photos)
01 Jan 2012
Editorial 
#179802343
A turbulent region west of Jupiter's Great Red Spot. The small, bright white spots are believed to be thunderstorms. Cassini Spacecraft.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
Editorial 
#179802332
The Red Spot is the largest known storm in the Solar System. With a diameter of 15,400 miles, it is almost twice the size of the entire Earth and one-sixth the diameter of Jupiter itself.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
Editorial 
#179802331
The Red Spot is the largest known storm in the Solar System. With a diameter of 15,400 miles, it is almost twice the size of the entire Earth and one-sixth the diameter of Jupiter itself.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
Editorial 
#179802330
The Red Spot is the largest known storm in the Solar System. With a diameter of 15,400 miles, it is almost twice the size of the entire Earth and one-sixth the diameter of Jupiter itself.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
Editorial 
#179802260
The Red Spot is the largest known storm in the Solar System. With a diameter of 15,400 miles, it is almost twice the size of the entire Earth and one-sixth the diameter of Jupiter itself.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
Editorial 
#179802259
The Red Spot is the largest known storm in the Solar System. With a diameter of 15,400 miles, it is almost twice the size of the entire Earth and one-sixth the diameter of Jupiter itself.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
Editorial 
#179802258
The Red Spot is the largest known storm in the Solar System. With a diameter of 15,400 miles, it is almost twice the size of the entire Earth and one-sixth the diameter of Jupiter itself.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
Editorial 
#179802257
The Red Spot is the largest known storm in the Solar System. With a diameter of 15,400 miles, it is almost twice the size of the entire Earth and one-sixth the diameter of Jupiter itself.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
Editorial 
#179802256
The Red Spot is the largest known storm in the Solar System. With a diameter of 15,400 miles, it is almost twice the size of the entire Earth and one-sixth the diameter of Jupiter itself.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
Editorial 
#179802186
This photo of Jupiter was taken by Voyager 1 on March 1, 1979. The region shown is just to the southeast of the Great Red Spot.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
Editorial 
#179802185
This photo of Jupiter was taken by Voyager 1 on the evening of March 1, 1979. The photo shows Jupiter's Great Red Spot (top) and one of the white ovals than can be seen in Jupiter's atmosphere from Earth.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
Editorial 
#179802095
Jupiter, its Great Red Spot and three of its four largest satellites are visible in this photo taken Feb. 5, 1979, by Voyager 1.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
Editorial 
#179802014
This dramatic view of Jupiter's Great Red Spot and its surroundings was obtained by Voyager 1 on Feb. 25, 1979.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
Editorial 
#179802013
This dramatic view of Jupiter's Great Red Spot and its surroundings was obtained by Voyager 1 on Feb. 25, 1979.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
Editorial 
#179797091
Huge cyclonic storms, the Great Red Spot and the Little Red Spot, and wispy cloud patterns are seen in fascinating detail in this map of Jupiter's atmosphere obtained January 14-15, 2007, by the New Horizons Long Range Reconnaissance Imager (LORRI).
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
01 Jan 2012
Editorial 
#179796779
This image was acquired on September 12, 2010, when Jupiter was close to opposition. South is up and the "Great Red Spot" is visible. Two of Jupiter's moons, Io and Ganymede, can also be seen in this image.
By: Universal History Archive
Universal Images Group
30 May 2009
Editorial 
#102724740
Jupiter and the Great Red Spot
By: Jamie Cooper
SSPL
01 Jan 2005
Editorial 
#90757867
Jupiter in infrared light, 2005.
By: Jamie Cooper
SSPL
01 Jan 2005
Editorial 
#90757866
Jupiter in infrared light, 2005.
By: Jamie Cooper
SSPL
01 Jan 2004
Editorial 
#90757873
Jupiter, 2004.
By: Jamie Cooper
SSPL
01 Jan 2003
Editorial 
#143069393
Cylindrical Projection Of Jupiter'S Surface
By: Encyclopaedia Britannica
Universal Images Group
06 May 2002
Editorial 
#144097856
View Of The Planet Jupiter And Its Great Red Spot.
By: Education Images
Universal Images Group
16 Mar 2001
Editorial 
#908729
Galileo's Last Mission
By: NASA
Hulton Archive
10 Mar 2000
Editorial 
#1593121
Galileo Spacecraft and Cassini probe Explore Jupiter
By: NASA
Hulton Archive
01 Jan 1999
Editorial 
#90768616
An Ancient Storm in the Jovian Atmosphere, 1999.
By: Science & Society Picture Library
SSPL
01 Jan 1989
Editorial 
#3240512
Galileo And Jupiter
By: NASA
Archive Photos
11 Jul 1979
Editorial 
#50596750
Two cylindrical 400 degree longitude vie
By: Time Life Pictures
The LIFE Picture Collection
03 Jul 1979
Editorial 
#50593796
Closeup of Jupiter's Great Red Spot, ext
By: Time Life Pictures
The LIFE Picture Collection
29 Jun 1979
Editorial 
#50580218
Jupiter's Great Red Spot during late Jov
By: Time Life Pictures
The LIFE Picture Collection
01 Mar 1979
Editorial 
#57015826
Jupiter's Moons
By: Space Frontiers
Archive Photos
01 Mar 1979
Editorial 
#50587455
Western view of Jupiter's Great Red Spot
By: Time Life Pictures
The LIFE Picture Collection
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#463911413
The planet Jupiter, 1979.
By: Print Collector
Hulton Archive
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#463911409
The planet Jupiter, 1979.
By: Print Collector
Hulton Archive
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#463911405
Great Red Spot on Jupiter, 1979.
By: Print Collector
Hulton Archive
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#463911403
Great Red Spot on Jupiter, 1979.
By: Print Collector
Hulton Archive
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#90730910
Great Red Spot on Jupiter, 1979.
By: Science & Society Picture Library
SSPL
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#90730908
Great Red Spot on Jupiter, 1979.
By: Science & Society Picture Library
SSPL
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#90730906
Great Red Spot on Jupiter, 1979.
By: Science & Society Picture Library
SSPL
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#90730904
Great Red Spot on Jupiter, 1979.
By: Science & Society Picture Library
SSPL
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#90730902
Great Red Spot on Jupiter, 1979.
By: Science & Society Picture Library
SSPL
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#90730900
Great Red Spot on Jupiter, 1979.
By: Science & Society Picture Library
SSPL
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#90730898
Great Red Spot on Jupiter, 1979.
By: Science & Society Picture Library
SSPL
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#90730894
The planet Jupiter, 1979.
By: Science & Society Picture Library
SSPL
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#90730893
Dark brown spot on Jupiter, photographed by Voyager 1, 1979.
By: Science & Society Picture Library
SSPL
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#90730874
The planet Jupiter, showing two of its moons and the Great Red Spot, 1979.
By: Science & Society Picture Library
SSPL
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#90730846
Close up of the Red Spot on Jupiter, photographed by Voyager 2, 1979.
By: Science & Society Picture Library
SSPL
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#90730823
Jupiter and Io, one of its moons, 1979.
By: Science & Society Picture Library
SSPL
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#90730821
Close up of the clouds on Jupiter, 1979.
By: Science & Society Picture Library
SSPL
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#90730791
Close up of the clouds of Jupiter, Voyager 1979.
By: Science & Society Picture Library
SSPL
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#90730789
View along the horizon of Jupiter, 1979.
By: Science & Society Picture Library
SSPL
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#90730783
The planet Jupiter, Voyager 1979.
By: Science & Society Picture Library
SSPL
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#90730782
Close up of the cloud patterns of Jupiter, 1979.
By: Science & Society Picture Library
SSPL
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#90730738
The planet Jupiter, photographed by Voyager 2, 1979.
By: Science & Society Picture Library
SSPL
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#3067789
Jupiter
By: MPI
Archive Photos
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#3067788
Jupiter
By: MPI
Archive Photos
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#50579814
Jupiter fr. equator to southern polar la
By: Time Life Pictures
The LIFE Picture Collection
01 Jan 1979
Editorial 
#50579747
Jupiter's Great Red Spot at extreme r.,
By: Time Life Pictures
The LIFE Picture Collection
01 Feb 1975
Editorial 
#80894579
Jupiter's great red spot
By: Robert Clifford Magis
National Geographic
01 Jan 1974
Editorial 
#90730977
Jupiter photographed from Pioneer 11, 1974.
By: Science & Society Picture Library
SSPL
01 Jan 1973
Editorial 
#53375510
Artists' conception of the American satellite Pion
By: NASA
The LIFE Picture Collection
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