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Jupiter’s Image Taken From NASA’s Cassini Reminds Twitter Of Dosa On Tawa

An old image of Jupiter captured by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has started doing rounds on the internet for a different reason.

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An old image of Jupiter captured by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has started doing rounds on the internet for a different reason altogether. A Twitter user shared the image of Jupiter, taken from the narrow-angle camera onboard NASA's Cassini spacecraft, saying that’s how it looks from the bottom.

Netizens call it 'sizzling dosa'

The photograph was quote tweeted by Sonal Dabral asking netizens whether they also think it is an image of dosa and not some planet from our Solar system. Dabral’s retweet caught the attention of Twitterati, agreeing with him that it was rather a dosa and not Jupiter. The tweet has garnered over 33k likes and almost 6k retweets so far.

“Food for thought: Tamils were the first space faring civilization and dosai is just a remnant of our greatness,” commented a user. “Sis really put a picture of a thosai and thought we won’t notice,” wrote another one.

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The true colour mosaic of Jupiter was constructed from images taken by the narrow-angle camera onboard NASA's Cassini spacecraft. Although Cassini's camera can see more colours than humans can, Jupiter's colours in this new view look very close to the way the human eye would see them.

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