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NASA's Juno spacecraft shows a southern hemisphere view of Jupiter shows the transition between banded structures near the equator and the more chaotic features near the polar region, as seen on August 27, 2016.
NASA's Juno spacecraft shows a southern hemisphere view of Jupiter shows the transition between banded structures near the equator and the more chaotic features near the polar region, as seen on August 27, 2016.

Southern Hemisphere Close-Up

NASA's Juno spacecraft shows a southern hemisphere view of Jupiter shows the transition between banded structures near the equator and the more chaotic features near the polar region, as seen on August 27, 2016.

Target: Jupiter
Mission: Juno
Spacecraft: Juno
Instrument: JunoCam
ID#: PIA21035
Added: 2016-09-02

Views: 2493

Southern Hemisphere Close-Up

NASA's Juno spacecraft shows a southern hemisphere view of Jupiter shows the transition between banded structures near the equator and the more chaotic features near the polar region, as seen on August 27, 2016.

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This montage of 10 JunoCam images shows Jupiter growing and shrinking in apparent size before and after NASA's Juno spacecraft made its close approach on August 27, 2016.
This montage of 10 JunoCam images shows Jupiter growing and shrinking in apparent size before and after NASA's Juno spacecraft made its close approach on August 27, 2016.

Arrival and Departure at Jupiter

This montage of 10 JunoCam images shows Jupiter growing and shrinking in apparent size before and after NASA's Juno spacecraft made its close approach on August 27, 2016.

Target: Jupiter
Mission: Juno
Spacecraft: Juno
Instrument: JunoCam
ID#: PIA21034
Added: 2016-09-02

Views: 2400

Arrival and Departure at Jupiter

This montage of 10 JunoCam images shows Jupiter growing and shrinking in apparent size before and after NASA's Juno spacecraft made its close approach on August 27, 2016.

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NASA's Juno spacecraft acquired this view of Jupiter's south polar region about an hour after closest approach on Aug. 27, 2016, when the spacecraft was about 58,700 miles (94,500 kilometers) above the cloud tops.
NASA's Juno spacecraft acquired this view of Jupiter's south polar region about an hour after closest approach on Aug. 27, 2016, when the spacecraft was about 58,700 miles (94,500 kilometers) above the cloud tops.

Jupiter Down Under

NASA's Juno spacecraft acquired this view of Jupiter's south polar region about an hour after closest approach on Aug. 27, 2016, when the spacecraft was about 58,700 miles (94,500 kilometers) above the cloud tops.

Target: Jupiter
Mission: Juno
Spacecraft: Juno
Instrument: JunoCam
ID#: PIA21032
Added: 2016-09-02

Views: 5003

Jupiter Down Under

NASA's Juno spacecraft acquired this view of Jupiter's south polar region about an hour after closest approach on Aug. 27, 2016, when the spacecraft was about 58,700 miles (94,500 kilometers) above the cloud tops.

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NASA's Juno was about 48,000 miles (78,000 kilometers) above Jupiter's polar cloud tops when it captured this view, showing storms and weather unlike anywhere else in the solar system.
NASA's Juno was about 48,000 miles (78,000 kilometers) above Jupiter's polar cloud tops when it captured this view, showing storms and weather unlike anywhere else in the solar system.

Close-Up Views of Jupiter's North Pole

NASA's Juno was about 48,000 miles (78,000 kilometers) above Jupiter's polar cloud tops when it captured this view, showing storms and weather unlike anywhere else in the solar system.

Target: Jupiter
Mission: Juno
Spacecraft: Juno
Instrument: JunoCam
ID#: PIA21031
Added: 2016-09-02

Views: 2120

Close-Up Views of Jupiter's North Pole

NASA's Juno was about 48,000 miles (78,000 kilometers) above Jupiter's polar cloud tops when it captured this view, showing storms and weather unlike anywhere else in the solar system.

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As NASA's Juno spacecraft closed in on Jupiter for its Aug. 27, 2016 pass, its view grew sharper and fine details in the north polar region became increasingly visible.
As NASA's Juno spacecraft closed in on Jupiter for its Aug. 27, 2016 pass, its view grew sharper and fine details in the north polar region became increasingly visible.

Closing in on Jupiter's North Pole

As NASA's Juno spacecraft closed in on Jupiter for its Aug. 27, 2016 pass, its view grew sharper and fine details in the north polar region became increasingly visible.

Target: Jupiter
Mission: Juno
Spacecraft: Juno
Instrument: JunoCam
ID#: PIA21030
Added: 2016-09-02

Views: 7129

Closing in on Jupiter's North Pole

As NASA's Juno spacecraft closed in on Jupiter for its Aug. 27, 2016 pass, its view grew sharper and fine details in the north polar region became increasingly visible.

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Jupiter's north polar region is coming into view as NASA's Juno spacecraft approaches the giant planet. This view of Jupiter was taken on August 27, when Juno was 437,000 miles (703,000 kilometers) away.
Jupiter's north polar region is coming into view as NASA's Juno spacecraft approaches the giant planet. This view of Jupiter was taken on August 27, when Juno was 437,000 miles (703,000 kilometers) away.

Speeding Towards Jupiter's Pole

Jupiter's north polar region is coming into view as NASA's Juno spacecraft approaches the giant planet. This view of Jupiter was taken on August 27, when Juno was 437,000 miles (703,000 kilometers) away.

Target: Jupiter
Mission: Juno
Spacecraft: Juno
Instrument: JunoCam
ID#: PIA20895
Added: 2016-08-27

Views: 3078

Speeding Towards Jupiter's Pole

Jupiter's north polar region is coming into view as NASA's Juno spacecraft approaches the giant planet. This view of Jupiter was taken on August 27, when Juno was 437,000 miles (703,000 kilometers) away.

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This dual view of Jupiter was taken on August 23, when NASA's Juno spacecraft was 2.8 million miles (4.4 million kilometers) from the gas giant planet on the inbound leg of its initial 53.5-day capture orbit.
This dual view of Jupiter was taken on August 23, when NASA's Juno spacecraft was 2.8 million miles (4.4 million kilometers) from the gas giant planet on the inbound leg of its initial 53.5-day capture orbit.

Jupiter From 2.8 Million Miles

This dual view of Jupiter was taken on August 23, when NASA's Juno spacecraft was 2.8 million miles (4.4 million kilometers) from the gas giant planet on the inbound leg of its initial 53.5-day capture orbit.

Target: Jupiter
Mission: Juno
Spacecraft: Juno
Instrument: JunoCam
ID#: PIA20884
Added: 2016-08-25

Views: 6472

Jupiter From 2.8 Million Miles

This dual view of Jupiter was taken on August 23, when NASA's Juno spacecraft was 2.8 million miles (4.4 million kilometers) from the gas giant planet on the inbound leg of its initial 53.5-day capture orbit.

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This color view from NASA's Juno spacecraft is made from some of the first images Juno took after the spacecraft entered orbit around Jupiter on July 5th. The view shows that JunoCam survived its first pass through Jupiter's extreme radiation environment
This color view from NASA's Juno spacecraft is made from some of the first images Juno took after the spacecraft entered orbit around Jupiter on July 5th. The view shows that JunoCam survived its first pass through Jupiter's extreme radiation environment

Juno's Post-arrival View

This color view from NASA's Juno spacecraft is made from some of the first images Juno took after the spacecraft entered orbit around Jupiter on July 5th. The view shows that JunoCam survived its first pass through Jupiter's extreme radiation environment

Target: Jupiter
Mission: Juno
Spacecraft: Juno
Instrument: JunoCam
ID#: PIA20707
Added: 2016-07-12

Views: 11297

Juno's Post-arrival View

This color view from NASA's Juno spacecraft is made from some of the first images Juno took after the spacecraft entered orbit around Jupiter on July 5th. The view shows that JunoCam survived its first pass through Jupiter's extreme radiation environment

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This is the final view taken by the JunoCam instrument on NASA's Juno spacecraft before Juno's instruments were powered down in preparation for orbit insertion.
This is the final view taken by the JunoCam instrument on NASA's Juno spacecraft before Juno's instruments were powered down in preparation for orbit insertion.

Juno Closes in on Jupiter

This is the final view taken by the JunoCam instrument on NASA's Juno spacecraft before Juno's instruments were powered down in preparation for orbit insertion.

Target: Jupiter
Mission: Juno
Spacecraft: Juno
Instrument: JunoCam
ID#: PIA20706
Added: 2016-07-04

Views: 11141

Juno Closes in on Jupiter

This is the final view taken by the JunoCam instrument on NASA's Juno spacecraft before Juno's instruments were powered down in preparation for orbit insertion.

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NASA's Juno spacecraft obtained this color view on June 28, 2016, at a distance of 3.9 million miles from Jupiter. As Juno nears its destination, features on the giant planet are increasingly visible, including the Great Red Spot.
NASA's Juno spacecraft obtained this color view on June 28, 2016, at a distance of 3.9 million miles from Jupiter. As Juno nears its destination, features on the giant planet are increasingly visible, including the Great Red Spot.

Red Spot Spotted by Juno

NASA's Juno spacecraft obtained this color view on June 28, 2016, at a distance of 3.9 million miles from Jupiter. As Juno nears its destination, features on the giant planet are increasingly visible, including the Great Red Spot.

Target: Jupiter
Mission: Juno
Spacecraft: Juno
Instrument: JunoCam
ID#: PIA20705
Added: 2016-06-30

Views: 1871

Red Spot Spotted by Juno

NASA's Juno spacecraft obtained this color view on June 28, 2016, at a distance of 3.9 million miles from Jupiter. As Juno nears its destination, features on the giant planet are increasingly visible, including the Great Red Spot.

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NASA's Juno spacecraft obtained this color view on June 21, 2016. As Juno makes its initial approach, the giant planet's four largest moons, Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto, are visible.
NASA's Juno spacecraft obtained this color view on June 21, 2016. As Juno makes its initial approach, the giant planet's four largest moons, Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto, are visible.

Juno on Jupiter's Doorstep

NASA's Juno spacecraft obtained this color view on June 21, 2016. As Juno makes its initial approach, the giant planet's four largest moons, Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto, are visible.

Target: Jupiter
Mission: Juno
Spacecraft: Juno
Instrument: JunoCam
ID#: PIA20701
Added: 2016-06-24

Views: 11487

Juno on Jupiter's Doorstep

NASA's Juno spacecraft obtained this color view on June 21, 2016. As Juno makes its initial approach, the giant planet's four largest moons, Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto, are visible.

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On Oct. 9, NASA's Juno spacecraft flew past Earth, using our home planet's gravity to get the final boost it needed to reach Jupiter. The JunoCam instrument captured this monochrome view of Earth.
On Oct. 9, NASA's Juno spacecraft flew past Earth, using our home planet's gravity to get the final boost it needed to reach Jupiter. The JunoCam instrument captured this monochrome view of Earth.

Earth from Juno

On Oct. 9, NASA's Juno spacecraft flew past Earth, using our home planet's gravity to get the final boost it needed to reach Jupiter. The JunoCam instrument captured this monochrome view of Earth.

Target: Earth
Mission: Juno
Spacecraft: Juno
Instrument: JunoCam
ID#: PIA17542
Added: 2013-10-21

Views: 4397

Earth from Juno

On Oct. 9, NASA's Juno spacecraft flew past Earth, using our home planet's gravity to get the final boost it needed to reach Jupiter. The JunoCam instrument captured this monochrome view of Earth.

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