Nasa’s Juno spacecraft captures this image showing Jupiter's south pole. The oval features are cyclones, up to 600 miles (1,000 kilometres) in diameter. The cyclones are separate from Jupiter's trademark Great Red Spot, a raging hurricane-like storm south of the equator. The composite, enhanced color image was made from data on three separate orbits. Photo: Nasa Nasa’s Juno spacecraft captures this image showing Jupiter's south pole. The oval features are cyclones, up to 600 miles (1,000 kilometres) in diameter. The cyclones are separate from Jupiter's trademark Great Red Spot, a raging hurricane-like storm south of the equator. The composite, enhanced color image was made from data on three separate orbits. Photo: Nasa
Nasa’s Juno spacecraft captures this image showing Jupiter's south pole. The oval features are cyclones, up to 600 miles (1,000 kilometres) in diameter. The cyclones are separate from Jupiter's trademark Great Red Spot, a raging hurricane-like storm south of the equator. The composite, enhanced color image was made from data on three separate orbits. Photo: Nasa

Nasa spaceship Juno discovers Jupiter is a ‘gigantic, turbulent world’ far different than previously thought

Nasa’s Juno spacecraft captures this image showing Jupiter's south pole. The oval features are cyclones, up to 600 miles (1,000 kilometres) in diameter. The cyclones are separate from Jupiter's trademark Great Red Spot, a raging hurricane-like storm south of the equator. The composite, enhanced color image was made from data on three separate orbits. Photo: Nasa Nasa’s Juno spacecraft captures this image showing Jupiter's south pole. The oval features are cyclones, up to 600 miles (1,000 kilometres) in diameter. The cyclones are separate from Jupiter's trademark Great Red Spot, a raging hurricane-like storm south of the equator. The composite, enhanced color image was made from data on three separate orbits. Photo: Nasa
Nasa’s Juno spacecraft captures this image showing Jupiter's south pole. The oval features are cyclones, up to 600 miles (1,000 kilometres) in diameter. The cyclones are separate from Jupiter's trademark Great Red Spot, a raging hurricane-like storm south of the equator. The composite, enhanced color image was made from data on three separate orbits. Photo: Nasa
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