Citizen scientists are providing stunning new views of Jupiter

JunoCam lets public point camera, process images, feel like space explorers

Jupiter's south pole

WAY DOWN UNDER   A rare look at Jupiter’s south pole reveals storms and cyclones, seen in this enhanced-color image edited by citizen scientist Roman Tkachenko using data from NASA’s JunoCam. The raw image was taken February 2, 2017, when Juno swooped to about 102,100 kilometers above the planet’s clouds during a fourth flyby.

Roman Tkachenko, MSSS, SwRI, JPL-Caltech/NASA

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