We've had quite a few huge storms here on Earth in recent months, and they've done some serious damage, but they're nothing compared to what's brewing on Jupiter. NASA's Juno spacecraft, which is cruising around the planet and taking in all of the sights, just delivered a photo of one of the planet's colossal storms that looks more like a painting than a photo, but it's very, very real.
The photo, which was taken late last month, showcases a gigantic swirling storm that is still raging in Jupiter's northern hemisphere. The planet's iconic weather systems have long mesmerized astronomers, and while they might be neat to enjoy from a distance, you most certainly wouldn't want to be in their midst.
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