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Using light and shadow, Bill Swartwout Photography creates images ranging from the breathtaking landscapes and seascapes of Mother Nature to the intricate creations of Man. Bill Swartwout is a photographer living in coastal Delaware. Bill's photographs help define the term "wanderlust" through the visual medium of photography. He captures images of places to which he wanders and of myriad distractions along the way. Bill's favorite artist is Mother Nature and he loves to share her work in the landscapes and seascapes he captures.
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JUPITER WITH GANYMEDE OUTER SPACE IMAGE
The Planet, Jupiter, appears to have its eye on us from outer space. What seems to be a pupil forming an "eye" in Jupiters great red spot is actually the shadow of Ganymede, one of Jupiters four major moons. The original image is from the Hubble Space Telescope and is in the public domain (because of our tax dollars at work).
Here is the image caption from the Hubble Heritage Project website: "NASAs Hubble Space Telescopeoften treats astronomers to gorgeous close-up views of the eerie outer planets. But its a bit of a trick having the planet look back at you! This happened on April 21, 2014, when Hubble was observing Jupiter to monitor changes in its immense Great Red Spot (GRS) storm. During the exposures, the shadow of the Jovian moon Ganymede swept across the center of the GRS. Ganymede itself was out of view in the Hubble picture. Ganymedes shadow, however, gave the giant planet the uncanny appearance of having a pupil in the center of a 10,000-mile-diameter eye. Momentarily, Jupiter took on the appearance of a Cyclops planet!
Jupiters four major satellites, Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto, and their shadows routinely cross the face of Jupiter. This natural-color picture was taken with Hubbles Wide Field Camera 3."
Original image credit: Credit: NASA, ESA, and A. Simon (Goddard Space Flight Center)
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