This image from NASA's Juno spacecraft provides a never-before-seen perspective on Jupiter's south pole. The JunoCam instrument acquired the view on August 27, 2016, when the spacecraft was about 58,700 miles (94,500 kilometers) above the polar region. Unlike the equatorial region's familiar structure of belts and zones, the poles are mottled by clockwise and counterclockwise rotating storms of various sizes, similar to giant versions of terrestrial hurricanes.
Is the sun going dark? Latest Nasa images reveal TWO giant holes
NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, or SDO, captured this solar image on March 16, 2015, which clearly shows two dark patches, known as coronal holes. Coronal holes are regions of the corona where the magnetic field reaches out into space rather than looping back down onto the surface - and eject solar winds far faster than other parts of the sun.
Italian master of horror Dario Argento presented his latest movie ‘Dracula 3D’ at the Midnight Screening section of the 47th Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. He decided the story needed to get back to its Gothic origins. And in his surreal imagination the count gains an added dimension – as did the picture itself: stereoscopic 3D.