Juno interplanetary station took a stunning picture of the clouds of Jupiter during the 49th close flyby of the planet.
The station passed near the cloud tops of the gas giant -- at a distance of about 8200 km -- and the device's JunoCam device photographed haze streaks appearing above the cyclones in the Jet N7 region.
The scientist enthusiast Bjorn Jonsson worked on processing the resulting image. Raw images from JunoCam are freely available on the project website. Anyone can download the data transmitted by Juno and create their own image based on the data provided.