“Juno” made a new picture of the South pole of Jupiter


The image hit the southern hemisphere of the gas giant.

Interplanetary station “Juno”, which is currently engaged in the study of Jupiter, the redistribution of Land the new image of the gas giant. According to NASA, the photo was received immediately after the rendezvous with the planet on 3 November.

Shot hit the southern hemisphere of Jupiter. It is possible to see massive cyclones near the poles, and the chaotic clouds, which is located between the orange stripe and the polar region.

At the time of the snapshot “Juno” was at a distance of 104,6 thousand kilometers from the peak of the clouds of Jupiter.


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