Everlasting Acrylic Prints - Jupiter RED spot 2019 Hubble
Acrylic Prints - Cropped/enhanced image of The Hubble telescope image of Jupiter's RED spot zone - for clarity.
Hand polished, crystal clear edge - BPA Free Clear Acrylic - LexJet Lustre paper Modern frameless look - Vibrant colors - Built in UV Inhibitors - Aluminum Dibond backer
The Hubble telescope 2019 image of Jupiter's RED spot zone - is affixed to a thick protective acrylic block giving a three dimensional appearance. A french cleat is attached to the back for easy hanging. Care instructions: Wipe clean with a damp cloth.
The original Hubble image was enhanced by selecting the RED zone region (which is more clear too since it is in the center were is more flat) and then enhanced manually via color curve manipulation to achieve a best contrast for human vision. The resulting image is way more clear after this changes that do not affect their real content.
Hubble image code: STSCI-H-p1936a
Hubble's New Portrait of Jupiter
This new Hubble Space Telescope view of Jupiter, taken on June 27, 2019, reveals the giant planet's trademark Great Red Spot, and a more intense color palette in the clouds swirling in Jupiter's turbulent atmosphere than seen in previous years. The colors, and their changes, provide important clues to ongoing processes in Jupiter's atmosphere.
The bands are created by differences in the thickness and height of the ammonia ice clouds. The colorful bands, which flow in opposite directions at various latitudes, result from different atmospheric pressures. Lighter bands rise higher and have thicker clouds than the darker bands.
Among the most striking features in the image are the rich colors of the clouds moving toward the Great Red Spot, a storm rolling counterclockwise between two bands of clouds. These two cloud bands, above and below the Great Red Spot, are moving in opposite directions.
The red band above and to the right (northeast) of the Great Red Spot contains clouds moving westward and around the north of the giant tempest. The white clouds to the left (southwest) of the storm are moving eastward to the south of the spot.
All of Jupiter's colorful cloud bands in this image are confined to the north and south by jet streams that remain constant, even when the bands change color. The bands are all separated by winds that can reach speeds of up to 400 miles (644 kilometers) per hour.
About the Acrylic Prints:
BPA Free Clear Acrylic
LexJet Lustre paper
Aluminum Dibond backer
Modern frameless look
Built in UV Inhibitors
High resolution archival paper and archival inks
Hand polished, crystal clear edge
Print Technique: The artwork is printed on photo paper, and then fused onto the back side of the acrylic