The movement of the clouds of Jupiter showed in the video
One can look at it forever.
Some time ago, the space Agency NASA released spectacular pictures of Jupiter probe Juno. Now scientists have made of them a short but wonderfully relaxing video showing how clouds move over the surface of the gas giant. The video is designed not so much for admiring and relaxation (although for this it just perfect), but primarily for the scientists themselves.
During the download an error has occurred.Astronomers can now clearly understand the trajectory and speed of the clouds that will allow more detailed study of weather phenomena on Jupiter.
In addition, NASA shared the planet from an unusual angle, which shows Jupiter in a “natural” color range. Same here and got the Great red spot is a giant hurricane on the surface of Jupiter.
During the download an error has occurred.
Note that the probe Juno was launched August 5, 2011. The way it was five years. Now Juno is closer to the giant planet than any previous spacecraft. The unit studies the composition of Jupiter’s gravity, magnetic field, and the source of its raging winds.