New photos: NASA's Juno spacecraft unveils Jupiter's poles
NASA’s Juno spacecraft, making its first scientific run over Jupiter’s poles Aug. 27, captured remarkable images of Jupiter’s atmosphere, showing that the equatorial bands and zones familiar to even amateur astronomers completely disappear at high latitudes.Instead, the JunoCam instrument on the solar-powered spacecraft captured stunning images, released...
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