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Old 01-06-2017, 08:14 PM
Mr. Kobayashi Mr. Kobayashi is offline
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What does Jupiter look like from Mars?

Basically as the title - what does Jupiter look like in the Martian sky, especially at its closest point? Would it be visible with the naked eye (assuming you can, you know, breath)? I've JFGI but it turns out one image I've found is a big load of shite which is a shame.
 

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