Look out for asteroid Juno at opposition
Juno peers into the depths of a titanic jovian storm system
A dark vortex swirling in a Jovian jet stream
Jupiter’s red spot might be shrinking, but it’s still great!
The Juno probe’s public-outreach camera routinely captures stunning views of Jupiter cloudtops and storms, including the Great Red Spot, seen here in an image processed by graphic artist Seán Doran. The GRS has been shrinking for years, but it remains easily the largest storm in the solar system and one still worthy of its name.
Jupiter’s colourful cloud belts
The dynamic duo: Jupiter’s independently pulsating X-ray aurorae
Jupiter’s aurora presents a powerful mystery
First close up Juno images of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot reach Earth
Two days after NASA’s Juno spacecraft streaked over Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, pictures of the solar system’s largest, most powerful storm, have been transmitted to Earth, giving eager scientist close-up views of the 10,000-mile-wide anticyclone where 400-mph winds have been howling for at least 187 years and possibly much longer.