NASA’s Juno booster was a small some-more than one Earth hole from Jupiter when it prisoner this mind-bending, color-enhanced perspective of a planet’s scattered atmosphere.
Jupiter totally fills a image, with usually a spirit of a terminator (where illumination fades to night) in a top right corner, and no manifest prong (the winding corner of a planet).
Juno took this picture of colorful, violent clouds in Jupiter’s northern hemisphere on Dec. 16, 2017 during 9:43 a.m. PST (12:43 p.m. EST) from 8,292 miles (13,345 kilometers) above a tops of Jupiter’s clouds, during a embodiment of 48.9 degrees.
The spatial scale in this picture is 5.8 miles/pixel (9.3 kilometers/pixel).
Citizen scientists Gerald Eichstädt and Seán Doran processed this picture regulating information from a JunoCam imager.
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