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Are there areas within Jupiter's magnetosphere without powerful radiation?

I'm sure that some of the other answers will have data about the shapes and dimensions of radiation belts around Jupiter and the other giant planets in the solar system. Possibly you should study the ...
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Planets looks like normal stars when I see them using telescope

I second the other answers that you should be able to see moons of Jupiter (at least one should always be visible) and the rings of Saturn. I've had similar (just larger and smaller) equipment, and on ...
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Planets looks like normal stars when I see them using telescope

I'm a VERY amateur observer myself and my telescope has the exact same aperture as yours. I can all but guarantee that you should definitely be able to see Saturn rings and Jupiter moons (and even ...
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Planets looks like normal stars when I see them using telescope

With f=900 mm and a 25 and 10 mm eyepieces you would be viewing at 36x and 72x. 36x is a very reasonable magnification under any condition, and 72x can probably still be considered "useful ...
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What is Jupiter's apparent magnitude as watched from Uranus?

According to James K suggestion I downloaded the astronomical program “Stellarium” unto my desktop. Fiddled around with the different settings and got it working! "Magnitude" seems to mean &...
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How and where can I get the continuum and/or FITS data for Jupiter and Saturn from ALMA, GMRT and VLA Telescopes?

Most observatories have their own separate data archives, so you’ll likely have to do three separate searches. Here’s a query for Jupiter in the ALMA archive: https://almascience.nrao.edu/aq/?...
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