NASA Created Dark and Stormy Image of Jupiter by JunoCam

NASA Created Dark and Stormy Image of Jupiter by JunoCam

NASA’s JunoCam has just taken this color-enhanced image when the Juno performed its 13th flyby of Jupiter. As indicated NASA the spacecraft was around 4,900 miles from the tops of the planet. “The North Temperate Belt is the prominent reddish-orange band left of center. It rotates in the same direction as the planet and is predominantly cyclonic, which in the northern hemisphere means its features spin in a counter-clockwise direction. Within the belt are two gray-colored anticyclones,” says NASA.

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