forty ninth shut flyby of Jupiter
(NASA) – On March 1, 2023, NASA’s Juno mission accomplished its forty ninth shut flyby of Jupiter.
Because the spacecraft flew low over the large planet’s cloud tops, its JunoCam instrument captured this have a look at bands of high-altitude haze forming above cyclones in an space identified at Jet N7.
Citizen scientist Björn Jónsson processed a uncooked picture from the JunoCam instrument, enhancing the distinction and sharpness.
On the time the picture was taken, Juno was about 5,095 miles (8,200 kilometers) above Jupiter’s cloud tops, at a latitude of about 66 levels.
JunoCam’s uncooked pictures can be found for the general public to peruse and course of into picture merchandise at https://missionjuno.swri.edu/junocam/processing. Extra details about NASA citizen science might be discovered at https://science.nasa.gov/citizenscience and https://www.nasa.gov/resolve/alternatives/citizenscience.