There are secrets aplenty under the clouds of the Solar System's largest planet...
...but will Jet Dixon and his crew discover them?
In the 1950s we weren't certain of what lay under Jupiter's cloud cover, so sci-fi writers had total freedom to guess what was there.
Artist Allen Bellman and the unknown writer gave it their best shot in Atlas' Space Worlds #6 (1952).
(The Space Squadron comic was retitled for unknown reasons, though the features were the same as in previous issues!)
The rebranding didn't work since this would be the final issue, under any title, of the run!
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