NASA/JPL In January and February 1979, NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft zoomed toward Jupiter, capturing hundreds of images during its approach, including this close-up of swirling clouds around Jupiter's Great Red Spot. This image was assembled from three black and white negatives and newly released.

NASA/JPL In January and February 1979, NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft zoomed toward Jupiter, capturing hundreds of images during its approach, including this close-up of swirling clouds around Jupiter's Great Red Spot. This image was assembled from three black and white negatives and newly released.

NASA/Solar Dynamics Observatory.This image taken by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory shows a profile view of coronal loops. Coronal loops are found around sunspots and in active regions.

NASA/Solar Dynamics Observatory.This image taken by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory shows a profile view of coronal loops. Coronal loops are found around sunspots and in active regions.

NASA/JPL/University of Colorado.This close-up image of part of Saturn's rings was taken by the Cassini spacecraft on June 30. It shows, from left to right, the outer portion of Saturn's C ring and the inner portion of the B ring.

NASA/JPL/University of Colorado.This close-up image of part of Saturn's rings was taken by the Cassini spacecraft on June 30. It shows, from left to right, the outer portion of Saturn's C ring and the inner portion of the B ring.

Spiral cloud in the sky. An Iridescent Cloud in Himalaya. Phenomenon observed on October 18, 2009.

Spiral cloud in the sky. An Iridescent Cloud in Himalaya. Phenomenon observed on October 18, 2009.

Morning Glory Clouds. - Observed in the Gulf of Carpentaria, in northern Australia.

Morning Glory Clouds. - Observed in the Gulf of Carpentaria, in northern Australia.

This never-before-seen Mars meteorite has 10 times more water and far more oxygen than previous Martian samples. Discover more with WIRED. (photo: NASA)

New Mars Meteorite Contains 10 Times More Water Than Previous Finds

This never-before-seen Mars meteorite has 10 times more water and far more oxygen than previous Martian samples. Discover more with WIRED. (photo: NASA)

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