The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is carrying out the Juno mission, which is investigating planet Jupiter. The spacecraft captured impressive images of what they described as "dolphins". Photos shared by Sean Doran Твиттер.
Through a statement, OUR He explained that the images corresponded to "swirling clouds in Jupiter Dynamic North-Caliber Belt". A photo published by a government agency has recorded an anti-Illinois storm, known as white oval, on the planet. The shooting is on October 29, about four in the afternoon.
They explained in detail to NASA that, when the photo was taken, the Juno space probe was 7,000 kilometers from the clouds of the largest planet in the solar system. In addition, the ship was located at a latitude 40 degrees north of Jupiter.
Scientists Juno Mission, Gerald Eichstadt and Sean, Doran used data from a JunoCam recorder and re-recorded the pictures Doran then shared through his Twitter account. "The dolphin swims in the sky of Jupiter," he wrote. In addition, he said that these images can be used as mobile wallpapers.
"The dolphin swims in the sky of Jupiter," wrote the NASA explorer
Last August NASA's Mission Juno He also captured images of Jupiter's motion. On that occasion, the scientists pointed out a large red dot, from the nuances which, as they claim, were never seen before.
Jupiter's exploration of the space probe Jun will continue until 2022, according to the words OUR.
– Sean Doran (@ _TheSeaning) November 5, 2018