Here are Juno’s first closeup photos of the Great Red Spot


Less than 48 hours ago, NASA’s Juno spacecraft got its first up-close-and-personal view with Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, and today, the space agency has released photos from the flyby, offering a rare glimpse of the planet’s giant storm.

The images add to the wonder of this 10,000-mile-wide storm, at which star gazers have marveled for more than a century.





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