On October 24, 2017, NASA's Juno spacecraft made its 8th close flyby of Jupiter. While researchers at NASA managed to gather quite a good deal of scientific data, the most stunning thing that they found was this series of impressive images. The pictures below show the planet's storms, poles, its volcanic moon, and even a load of strange swirling patterns which look like something straight out of a Van Gogh painting.
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Sources: nasa, iflscience
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