What Jupiter's Great Red Spot would REALLY look like up close: NASA reveals new 'true colour' image



A stunning new image of Jupiter’s tumultuous ‘Great Red Spot’ has revealed what it might be like to glimpse the biggest storm in our solar system up close.
The image shows a natural colour rendition of the massive storm, based on data from the Juno spacecraft’s seventh close flyby of the planet, simulating how it would be seen by the human eye.
Juno captured the view from about 8,648 miles (13,917 kilometers) above the cloud tops using its JunoCam imager.
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28 July 2017 in Science &Technology, Views: 52
Source: Daily Mail
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