This picture of Jupiter’s iconic Great Red Spot was combined by citizen scientist Björn Jónsson regulating information from a JunoCam imager on NASA’s Juno spacecraft.
This true-color picture offers a healthy tone delivery of what a Great Red Spot and surrounding areas would demeanour like to tellurian eyes from Juno’s position. The scattered windy zones in and around a Great Red Spot are clearly visible.
The picture was taken on Jul 10, 2017 during 07:10 p.m. PDT (10:10 p.m. EDT), as a Juno booster achieved a seventh tighten flyby of Jupiter. At a time a picture was taken, a booster was about 8,648 miles (13,917 kilometers) from a tops of a clouds of a world during a embodiment of -32.6 degrees.
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