Juno, Jupiter

More Amazing Images From Juno’s Trip To Jupiter

As more data comes back to Earth from Juno we continue to get new and amazing images as well as data that helps us understand the planet’s composition.

Earlier this week the probe captured it’s first close up images of the gas giant, which were able to tell us that there are cyclones and ammonia rivers on Jupiter.

Here’s another set of images that show Jupiter in amazing detail including a never before seen view from inside the rings.

Jupiter’s cloud tops from 7,800 miles away

A view from inside Jupiter’s rings


The ‘string of pearls’ storm cloud

This enhanced color Jupiter image, taken by the JunoCam imager on NASA’s Juno spacecraft, showcases several interesting features on the apparent edge (limb) of the planet

Enhanced color view of Jupiter’s cloud tops processed by Bjorn Jonsson using data from the JunoCam instrument on NASA’s Juno spacecraft

Oval storms dot the cloudscape of the Jovian atmosphere as Juno approaches the planet


Jupiter’s South Pole

Jupiter’s South Pole at 45 degrees

Swirling storms seen on the surface

Multiple atmospheric conditions appear to collide in this image

The planet’s orientation towards the Sun causes Storms to cast shadows on the atmosphere

The planet as processed by Kevin M. Gill

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