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Up for some virtual cloud watching? ️ What do you see in Jupiter’s hazy…

Up for some virtual cloud watching? ️ What do you see in Jupiter’s hazy…

Up for some virtual cloud watching? ☁️

What do you see in Jupiter’s hazy atmosphere?

Our NASA JunoCam mission captured this look at the planet’s thunderous northern region during the spacecraft’s close approach to the planet on Feb. 17, 2020.

Some notable features in this view are the long, thin bands that run through the center of the image from top to bottom. Juno has observed these long streaks since its first close pass by Jupiter in 2016.

Image Credits: Image data: NASA / JPL / SwRI / MSSS
Image Processing: Citizen Scientist Eichstädt

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