The Hubble Space Telescope captured an image of an aurora over the Jupiter's northern pole, shown on the front of this lithograph.
In this composite photo, taken in visible and ultraviolet light, the characteristic rings of auroral light extend several hundred miles above Jupiter’s north pole. Jupiter’s auroras are high-energy activities that emit ultraviolet light. These observations can only be conducted from space because Earth’s atmosphere absorbs most ultraviolet light.
HubbleSite press release: "Hubble Captures Vivid Auroras in Jupiter's Atmosphere"
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