NASA's Juno probe is sending amazing data back from Jupiter. We are seeing in ways that we never have before. On July 10, 2017 it made a pass very close to the 10,000 mile diameter GRS. NASA has started posting this data at their Junocam Image Processing Gallery. This image was made from 13917 km above Jupiter. Here's a first look with an enhanced crop of the GRS:
Content created: 2017-07-11
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