New photos were just released from Juno’s most recent flyover of the enormous storm raging on Jupiter.
See the Great Red Spot in unprecedented detail.
This roiling storm on Jupiter is larger than Earth.
And the Jupiter orbiter, Juno, just sent home new close-ups.
On July 10 the spacecraft orbited close to the clouds.
It soared just 5,600 miles over the enormous storm.
And captured the highest-res photo ever taken of the Great Red Spot.
Citizen scientists are already at work filtering the photo.
Different processing methods bring out color and texture, adding rich detail to our understanding of the tempest.