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Jupiter shines big and bright

October 2010: Jupiter shines brightly nearly all night. With a large disk, an active atmosphere, and four bright moons, giant Jupiter provides endless fascination for those who view it through a backyard telescope.
October 2010 Jupiter
One dark belt was all Jupiter could muster early this year. Scientists don't know how long the planet's second dark belt will remain missing.
Anthony Wesley
Jupiter shines brightly nearly all night. With a large disk, an active atmosphere, and four bright moons, giant Jupiter provides endless fascination for those who view it through a backyard telescope.

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