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Image of Jupiter taken with the Hubble Telescope Framed Print
Jupiter as seen from the Hubble Space Telescope's planetary camera on May 28th 1991. This image is a composite of three exposures taken with different filters aimed at studying the dynamics of Jupiter

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Image of Jupiter taken with the Hubble Telescope Framed Print

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