nasa's Juno probe shot towards Jupiter in the summer of 2011. It arrived in jupiter's orbit 5. July 2016.
Juno is now sent pictures of the huge storm in jupiter's polar regions. Juno's currently orbiting Jupiter from pole to pole. One round lasts for 53 days.
– When we put the Juno circulate from pole to pole, never thought we'd see such big storms. They are two times Texas size, tell Juno-the process involved in a Candice Hansen BBC.Images of jupiter's clouds are like abstract paintings. Cloudy it can be concluded the planetary structure
Juno will examine jupiter's structure and, inter alia, the gravity and magnetic fields.
– our Goal is to get more information about jupiter's internal structure and how this structure affects its atmosphere have on clouds. By studying the clouds, we hope, therefore, also include information on what the cloud below, is, says Hansen.
Junossa is a number of different wave regions of the functioning of cameras and measuring devices. One concerning things is a measure of the oxygen and hydrogen ratio, where can be deduced the amount of water. The information can, in turn, to infer jupiter's birth history.jupiter's polar regions is raging huge storms. Jupiter is the solar system's largest planet
Jupiter is the Solar system fifth planet from the Sun facing including. The giant planet consists mainly of liquid hydrogen and helium. It is the atmosphere of the huge currents and hurricanes.
Jupiter is clearly the solar system's largest planet. Its mass is 2.5 times larger than all other planets combined.
More pictures of Jupiter you can watch JunoCam-site.That's a dolphin! In this picture is ”jupiter's sickle”.