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Let's Explore the Solar System

New images of Mars and Neptune captured by the James Webb Space Telescope, 3D renderings made of Jupiter's "frosted cupcake"-shaped clouds, and it's not just Mercury that's in retrograde. Plus, how you can watch a NASA satellite collide with a deep-space asteroid.

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    Jupiter's 'Frosted Cupcake' Clouds Look Divine in These Wild 3D Views
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    Jupiter's 'Frosted Cupcake' Clouds Look Divine in These Wild 3D Views

    See gorgeous scenes from NASA's Juno spacecraft come alive right before your eyes. Jupiter's a looker. The gas giant planet has swirling clouds, crazy storms and bands of color, but most of our views of it are flat. A team of scientists wanted to know what Jupiter's wild clouds would look like with …

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