Friday, 14 July 2017

First images of Jupiter's red spot - Juno flyby

From just under 14,000 kilometres up (*click to enlarge)
Raw images have started coming in from the Juno spacecraft's fly by over Jupiter's great red spot, a storm that has been storming for over 300 years. These raw images have begun to be processed by citizen scientists, giving the most detailed and colourful view man has ever seen of the red spot from only a few thousand kilometres up. Amazing 😍

You can find more at the link.

From just under 10,000 kilometres up (*click to enlarge)