This Friday, NASA publishes a photo taken from Jupiter's colorful clouds from the Juno space probe. The US space agency he invited Twitter users to be "hypnotized" by the rotating clouds of the northern equatorial belt.
With improved color reproduction – done on October 29th during the sixteenth flight of the probe – the clouds are visible at a distance of 3 400 kilometers.
"This is the closest image captured by the clouds of Jovian during this new movement of the gas giant," NASA writes. "The probe is close to Jupiter because San Francisco is in Chicago, which is very close when it flies to a planet that is 11 times wider than Earth," he concluded.