Station “Juno,” which deals with the study of the Jupiter system, transmitted to Earth a new picture of the gas giant. As reported on the Agency’s website, the picture was taken on February 12 when “Juno” was made 17 closer to Jupiter.
To image the station took three shots. At the time of shooting she was at a distance from 26900 to 95400 miles from the peak of the clouds of gas giant.
In the picture you can see the famous Great red spot and turbulent region in the southern hemisphere of Jupiter.