Hubble is doing us all a solid, finding some fucking water vapor on Jupiter’s moon. Cause lord knows, there ain’t enough here on Earth right now. You know, given all the fucking droughts. Given the fact that I can’t fucking breath outside here on the East Coast because the West Coast is on fire. Okay, fine. A tenuous connection to this dope news, but cut me some slack. My air is poison.
Jupiter just don’t fucking quit with this shit. Throwing around its thiccc fucking ass, officially gaining yet another new moon. Fucking chill, baby!
NASA has detected an FM Radio Signal coming from Jupiter’s moon Ganymede. Claim it’s “natural signal” yeah okay!
That’s right, motherfuckers. NASA has announced they’ve detected an FM radio signal coming from Ganymede. The eggheads claim it’s a “natural signal” but don’t be a rube. This is how the good shit starts. Monoliths and shit. Let’s go.
Space! What cool fucking reveals do you have for us today? Oh! Jupiter’s moon Europa? It glows in the dark? Whelp, that is indeed fucking cool.
You know, with Reality on Fire, it’s easy to miss dope news like this. Check this shit out. The oceans of Jupiter’s moon Europa? May be fucking habitable.
Yo! Peep a look at Jupiter’s hazy higher atmosphere! It’s courtesy of NASA’s Juno mission.
Hit the jump to check it out, ’cause it’s huge.
It took merely hundreds of exposures by the Gemini North Telescope in Hawaii to captured this photo of Jupiter. It’s one of the “sharpest observations of the planet ever made on the ground” and it’s also gnarly as fuck.
Some astronomers believe Jupiter is flinging comets into the solar system. Not stopping them. What the fuck, bro!
Jupiter! For years, I operated under the idea that it protected the Earth from comets. That was the consensus! Fuck! However, some astronomers now believe it may be doing the exact opposite.
Jupiter! Ain’t ever gonna stop with its massive, existentially nauseating-sized storms. It’s got itself a new one near its South Pole!
NASA’s Juno spacecraft caught this gorgeous image of Jupiter! It was taken as the spacecraft sped away from the big gaseous bastard, and provides a look at its southern hemisphere.