Who knew Jupiter was blue?
The giant planet often depicted as being orange and having a “Great Red Spot” storm is once again revealed to be a pale blueish planet in the latest spectacular images received from space.
The latest images from NASA’s Juno spacecraft —surely one of its most prolific ever launched—include spectacular close-ups of cyclones, vortices and swirls in Jupiter’s northern hemisphere.
The images, taken by its wide-angle JunoCam instrument, were received from 511 million miles/822 million kilometers via NASA’s Deep Space Network and then made available to the public.
All of these images included here