One of the most interesting images of Jupiter, obtained from the planet's origins, has been named by the US Air Administration and National Sky (NASA).
The picture shows several vortex shapes in the gas flax atmosphere. In particular, the most recognizable element of the solar system, known as the Big Red Spot, is captured in all glories. This great storm measures approximately 40 kilometers long and 13 miles wide.
Other pins are shown in the picture: they are different color and are different. Also, you can see stretched shapes.
The painting is based on three images sent into Earth from being on the Juno (Juno) funded station, currently exploring the giant. T stem.
This photograph was taken on 12 February this year in the garden between "Juno" and Jupiter. During the course of the inspection, the station was stationed at a rate of 26,900 to 95,400 kilometers from the high end of the gas shelter environment.
"Yunona" was launched in August 2011, and the device reached its mission on 4 July 2016. The station will examine the planet until July 2021 at least.
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