These Latest pictures of Jupiter by NASA’s Juno Spacecraft are seriously incredible: NASA recently released some more fantastic images of Jupiter snapped b the Juno spacecraft—and they are fascinating.
These Latest pictures of Jupiter by NASA’s Juno Spacecraft are seriously incredible
Yes, the latest batch of processed images from the Juno spacecraft are in and, as usual, they’re splendidly fantastic. We’re treated to glorious swirling storms, amazing vistas of the planet, and more. For now, we’ll just have to make do with the latest and greatest snaps.
The spacecraft’s mission will to end this July, but can be extended for several years if it gets funding.
Here are the amazing image captured by the ship.
Juno, which earlier this month marked its first year in orbit of the gas giant, will offer “humanity´s first up-close and personal view of the gigantic feature,” NASA said in a statement last year.
NASA noted that this pass was “very challenging,” as Jupiter only entered JunoCam’s field of view just an hour before closest approach. There was an opportunity to snap a distant image of the volcanic moon Io on this pass, but that view has not yet been released.