An investigation into NASA space orbiting the largest planet of the solar system has uncovered incredibly detailed data of complex and powerful storms, used by a space scientist to generate a spectacular image of Jupiter's atmosphere.
According to the space agency, citizen scientist Kevin M. Gill used readings obtained by Jac spacecraft to create a striking image. Juno's imaging board technology recorded data as it traveled some 5,300 miles (8,500 kilometers) through the clouds on November 3, 2019.
While the planet, a giant gas, is made up of almost hydrogen and helium, it said NASA scientists suspect that some of the unusual coloring in the storm clouds may be from sulfur or phosphorus gas emitted from Jupiter. the 'north north north north temperate belt'. Juno's raw image data is available to the public to download and process the images. Share this story!