Juno has orbited Jupiter more than 18 times since 2016. The original photo of Jupiter shows
The view from here?️.
Dramatic atmospheric features in #Jupiter's northern hemisphere are captured in this image from my latest flyby https://t.co/z4OXng6tsU pic.twitter.com/fMLOT78I4B
— NASA's Juno Mission (@NASAJuno) February 22, 2019
In addition, many artists began to process other Juno images that were publicly available.
Earlier, Juno sent images of volcanic activity on Jupiter's moon Io to NASA. See its apparatus will allow the light from another satellite of the gas giant, Europe.