NASA released the Jupiter photos which are very bright and close. They are more clear than the before images. The NASA’s Juno mission stood just 5,600 miles away (9,000 kilometers). It captured the new look at the planet’s famous Great Red Spot storm.
In the first image, it looks more than a spot. From its place, the clouds form a storm which is 10,000 mile-wide, and it is 1.3 times larger than the size of the Earth. In Earth’s most significant hurricanes, this mileage is more than ten times than the range of the clouds.
Christopher Go took the images of the Jupiter. NASA compared the Earth’s pictures with the Christopher captured Jupiter photos. The NASA scientists dedicated their whole work to understand the spot. They focused mainly on exhibiting the vivid clouds and intricate veins colorfully which outlines the eye of the storm.
Juno is the solar-powered spacecraft, and it is farthest one from the Earth. Bolton added by saying that his team contains the 32 co-investigators and 28 key personnel are entirely dedicated to this mission.