NASA’s Juno spacecraft captures beautiful images of Jupiter’s color change from space – Space: Jupiter’s color changes, beautiful images from space captured on camera by NASA’s Juno spacecraft

NASA's Juno spacecraft captures beautiful images of Jupiter's color change from space - Space: Jupiter's color changes, beautiful images from space captured on camera by NASA's Juno spacecraft

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The most beautiful images ever released of Jupiter, the largest planet in the solar system. NASA’s Juno Jupiter Explorer imaged Jupiter’s turbulent atmosphere.

In this, Jupiter is much more attractive than before. This photo was taken via Junocam. At this time, the Juno spacecraft was 5,300 km above the gas clouds. In the photo, its speed was taken at 209,000 kilometers per hour.

Clear images show the difference in the chemical composition of different parts of Jupiter’s atmosphere. Simultaneously show the 3D nature of powerful storms moving through the planet. This photo was taken at 50 degrees north latitude. Let’s say it started in June 2011. Since 2016, it has been sending images of Jupiter back to Earth.

Specific facts

  • The probe was 5,300 km above the gas clouds
  • Photos taken at 50 degrees north latitude
  • The speed of the vehicle was 209,000 km per hour

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The most beautiful images ever released of Jupiter, the largest planet in the solar system. NASA’s Juno Jupiter Explorer imaged Jupiter’s turbulent atmosphere.

In this, Jupiter is much more attractive than before. This photo was taken via Junocam. At this time, the Juno spacecraft was 5,300 km above the gas clouds. In the photo, its speed was taken at 209,000 kilometers per hour.

Clear images show the difference in the chemical composition of different parts of Jupiter’s atmosphere. Simultaneously show the 3D nature of powerful storms moving through the planet. This photo was taken at 50 degrees north latitude. Let’s say it started in June 2011. Since 2016, it has been sending images of Jupiter back to Earth.

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Specific facts

  • The probe was 5,300 km above the gas clouds
  • Photos taken at 50 degrees north latitude
  • The speed of the vehicle was 209,000 km per hour
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