Here are some of the most stunning images of Jupiter to come from NASA's Juno spacecraft which has been in orbit around the giant of our solar system since July — and they've been processed by ordinary citizens.
Jupiter is stranger than we knew. NASA's Juno spacecraft has now completed its sixth swoop past Jupiter as it moves around its highly ellipticalorbit. Pictured, Jupiter is seen from below where, surprisingly, the horizontal bands that cover most of the planet disappear into swirls and complex patterns. A line of white oval clouds is visible nearer to the equator. Recent results from Juno show that Jupiter's weather phenomena can extend deep below its cloud tops...
Jupiter’s Great Red Spot Viewed by Voyager 1 At about miles in diameter, Jupiter could swallow Earths. It is the largest planet in the solar system and perhaps the most majestic. Vibrant bands of clouds carried by winds that can exceed.
Here are NASA's newest photos of Jupiter and its Great Red Spot. From just miles away, NASA's Juno mission offers a new look at the planet's famous Great Red Spot storm and also the swirl of hurricanes in Juno's Eye. These photos were taken on July
Waves of clouds at degrees latitude dominate this three-dimensional Jovian cloudscape, courtesy of NASA’s Juno spacecraft. JunoCam obtained this enhanced-color picture on May at UTC from an altitude of miles kilometers).