NASA’s Juno spacecraft caught this gorgeous image of Jupiter! It was taken as the spacecraft sped away from the big gaseous bastard, and provides a look at its southern hemisphere.
Hell yeah! You want some photos of a solar eclipse on Jupiter? Well, motherfucker, you’re in the right place. NASA’s Juno spacecraft snapped these photos during a fly-by, and we’re all the richer for it.
Goddamn glorious picture right here of Jupiter’s clouds. Props to you, Juno!
Space, is in fact, the motherfucking place.
Juno out there, doing work. Capturing gorgeous images of Jupiter. This time, it’s of the planet’s gorgeously chaotic clouds.
NASA, much like my wife, ain’t done with its largest, gassiest giant. Not yet, at least. They’ve announced they’re extending the life of the Juno mission by at least three-years.
Space. Is. Awesome. Here’s a time-lapse of NASA’s Juno spacecraft flying by Jupiter.
Yeah, yeah. We all know about Jupiter’s Great Red Spot. But did you know the titanic fucking plant also has a Little Red Spot?
Hit the jump for a look at its glory.
Yeah, boy! Juno has successfully entered Jupiter’s orbit. The spacecraft sent a message a mere 540 million miles across the solar system to let NASA, and you know, the rest of us know.
NASA’s Juno spacecraft is powering down in preparation for its insertion into the gas giant’s orbit. Whatever may come of this attempted insertion, Juno has left the world with one final snapshot of the planet.