Jupiter is, scientifically speaking, not great for humans. The gravitational pull is about 2.4 times that of Earth, and its atmosphere is mostly hydrogen and helium. Even within our own Solar System, there are much better candidates for sustaining life, even including some of Jupiter's own moons.
But from space, it's far harder to see Jupiter's hostility to life forms. In fact, this color-enhanced image of Jupiter's cloud belts, taken by the Juno spacecraft, makes the planet look positively inviting.
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This unbelievable image of Jupiter’s cloud belts makes me want to move there originally appeared on BGR.com on Mon, 15 Jan 2018 at 20:00:37 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.