Like the title of an imaginary Pink Floyd song, the shadow of Ganymede on Jupiter is lovely. NASA’s Juno spacecraft caught the image during its 40th close pass by our solar system’s largest gas giant. Here’s more from Science Alert:
Just like when Earth’s Moon crosses between our planet and the Sun creating an eclipse for lucky Earthlings, when Jupiter’s moons cross between the gas giant and the Sun, they create shadows too…. This image was taken by the camera on board the spacecraft, JunoCam, and processed by citizen scientist Thomas Thomopoulos.
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