File:Jupiter from Voyager 1.jpg

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English: Detail of Jupiter's atmosphere, as imaged by Voyager 1.

Suggested for English Wikipedia:alternative text for images: This view of Jupiter's clouds with the Great Red Spot at top right as brown oval to right of wavy white and brown clouds. Below the Great Red Spot are various bands of bluer wavy clouds at smaller scales with smaller light blue spots
Date March 1979
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Author NASA, Caltech/JPL
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March 1979