Jupiter’s Great Red Spot
Photo Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Kevin Gill

Juno spacecraft captures photos of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot

Earlier this month, NASA’s Juno spacecraft completed a flyover of Jupiter, resulting in some of the most detailed photos of Jupiter’s famous Great Red Spot to date.

This enhanced-color image from nearly 6,130 miles above the planet.

For more information about the Juno mission, visit NASA’s website.

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