NASA’s Juno mission took incredible new photos during its tenth trip around Jupiter. The planet’s clouds look like swirling hallucinations in the images.
NASA’s $1 billion Juno spacecraft completed its 10th high-speed trip around Jupiter on December 16.
The robot gets relatively close to the gas giant planet and takes new photos with its JunoCam instrument roughly every 53 days, while travelling at speeds up to 130,000 mph.
It can take days or sometimes weeks to receive the images, but the wait is worth it. The latest batch of photos features countless swirling, hallucinatory clouds and storms.
Source: NASA Juno spacecraft takes stunning new images of clouds on Jupiter – Business Insider