NASA's Juno Mission Just Stared Right Into Jupiter's Angry Red Eye And Beamed Back Breathtaking Images

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Finally it’s here. The most awaited photoshoot of the year.  For the first time ever, researchers are able to see, in detail, the huge Great Red Spot first detected on Jupiter in the 1600s but constantly observed since 1830. The spacecraft sent back images of what’s really a massive storm raging on the planet’s surface. That data is starting to be received by NASA.

The agency is boosting citizen-scientists like Jason Major to work on the raw images being beamed from the spacecraft. Here are some of those breathtaking images.
Credit:NASA / JPL-Caltech / SwRI / MSSS / Roman Tkachenko


Credit: NASA/Daniela Bustamante
Credit: NASA / Phablo Araujo / Universidade Federal de Goiás
Credit: NASA/Soumya Nanda
Credit: NASA/SwRI/MSSS/Michael Galindo



The more images are on the way and we will keep you updated. 
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