NASA Shares 30 Breathtaking Photos Of Jupiter Taken By The Juno Spacecraft

Being stuck in quarantine with nothing to do can really mess with your mind. You constantly worry about your own and your loved ones’ health and it seems like there’s not much else you can think of while you’re stuck within four walls. But today we have something that will take your mind away from all of your coronavirus-related worries. Far away – over 300 million miles away.

NASA has recently shared a handful of new photos of Jupiter taken by the Juno spacecraft and they’ll take your breath away. Check them out in the gallery below – we’re pretty sure one of them will end up as your desktop background.

NASA Shares 30 Breathtaking Photos Of Jupiter Taken By The Juno Spacecraft

1. NASA’s Juno spacecraft was a little more than one Earth diameter from Jupiter when it captured this mind-bending, color-enhanced view of the planet’s tumultuous atmosphere. Continue reading »

Mysterious Jupiter Up Close Looks Like A Van Gogh Painting

Juno is NASA’s current mission attempting to understand the origin and evolution of Jupiter. The spacecraft is equipped with a suite of science instruments including several high-tech cameras that have been transmitting incredible images back to Earth for processing and analysis.

See Jovian clouds in striking shades of blue in this new view taken by NASA’s Juno spacecraft.
Mysterious Jupiter Up Close Looks Like A Van Gogh Painting
NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Gerald Eichstädt/Seán Doran

Close-up images of the gas giant are awe-striking and the patterns and colours have drawn comparisons to van Gogh’s iconic impressionist-style paintings. Below you will find 10 images from Jupiter taken by Juno that look like van Gogh himself could have painted. Continue reading »

NASA Just Released Some Absolutely Spectacular New Photos Of Jupiter

NASA Just Released Some Absolutely Spectacular New Photos Of Jupiter
NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Gabriel Fiset

The stunning, enhanced-color image above, featured in a news release by NASA, is based on a photo of Jupiter’s south pole captured by the Juno spacecraft on December 11th, 2016. Juno’s citizen science camera has been snapping glorious images of the gas giant ever since it arrived in orbit around Jupiter last July. The images are then released to the public, which has been turning them into even more magnificent works of space art. Continue reading »