Thursday, March 2, 2017


NASA's Juno spacecraft is orbiting Jupiter, doing lots of science about magnetic fields and the like. It also has an amazing camera. But since we already have plenty of great images of Jupiter from previous missions, NASA decided to dub the camera Junocam and let the public debate what it ought to take pictures of. Here are some of the results. Picture of polar clouds below is worth clicking on.

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