"These highly anticipated images of Jupiter's Great Red Spot are the "perfect storm" of art and science", said Jim Green, NASA's director of planetary science, in a statement from the Juno team. The storm has been monitored since 1830 and has possibly existed for more than 350 years.
Now thanks to NASA's Juno mission, we've got our closest look ever at the Great Red Spot.
Jupiter's Great Red Spot is perhaps as iconic a feature as Saturn's rings or Uranus' unfortunate name.
The Great Red Spot is a massive spinning storm that has always been a focus of fascination for researchers as well as space enthusiasts. Some of those processed images highlight newfound features in Jupiter's clouds - such as relatively tiny, swirling white storms- while other images have utilized the scientific data to create gorgeous, sometimes unusual works of art. In modern times, the Great Red Spot has appeared to be shrinking.
On July 5 at 3.30am United Kingdom time, Juno logged exactly one year in Jupiter orbit, having travelled a total of 71 million miles (114.5 million km) around the gas giant.
NASA's Juno probe flew by the spot Monday, passing within 5,600 miles of the planets surface to photograph it up close.
Southwest Research Institute Juno principal investigator Scott Bolton said: "For generations, people from all over the world and all walks of life have marvelled over the Great Red Spot".
The July 10 fly-by over the planet's iconic Great Red Spot revealed raw, close-up photos created by citizen scientists using data from Juno's JunoCam imager. Now, data and stunning images are streaming back to NASA, where scientists are processing the information as quickly as they can. During these flybys, Juno is probing beneath the obscuring cloud cover of Jupiter and studying its auroras to learn more about the planet's origins, structure, atmosphere and magnetosphere.
Juno's mission is to understand how Jupiter formed and how it influenced the development of the rest of the solar system.
Or were the two fighters just saying whatever they can to garner a reaction? "I'm the IRS , and I'm going to tax your ass". The fight takes place on Saturday August 26, although will be live in the early hours of Sunday 27 in the UK.
The Global Times , a newspaper which often takes a nationalist tone, said the new facility was indeed a military base. In February, 2016, China announced it was building a logistical facility in Djibouti.
The first , the largest study ever done on coffee and mortality , included more than 520,000 people in 10 European countries. The National Cancer Institute funded study followed 180,000 people of different races for an average of 16 years.
According to Iowa County authorities, the tornado touched down about a mile north of Williamsburg a little before 6 p.m. A severe thunderstorm warning and flash flood alert has been issued for the same area through late Thursday night.
The Liberal party has been embroiled in scandal in recent months amid rising tensions between conservative and moderate ministers. Mr Turnbull said that he was confident of an agreement with Britain soon after the United Kingdom leaves the bloc in 2019.
Back at Build 2016 past year Microsoft introduced the prototype version of Seeing AI, an app which assists the vision-impaired. This will let the Seeing AI app recognize what's happening in a picture that the user just captured.
The group charged that the way the commission wanted to obtain and store the information was insecure and a threat to privacy. The commission halted its request of data on Monday and reportedly would delete data it had already received from Arkansas.
The debris field is about five miles (8km) in radius, Greenwood Fire Chief Marcus Banks told the Greenwood Commonwealth . President Trump on Tuesday extended his condolences after a Marine Corps airplane crash Monday left 16 people dead.
They have also appealed their convictions. "There's no question that the government presented evidence relating to Mr". He said the reversal reinforces voters" cynicism: "They think, "Of course you can get away with it'".
Raut's brilliant knock ended when she tried to hook Perry for six but could only pick out Nicole Bolton on the boundary rope. England's 76-run win over New Zealand keeps them at the top of the table on net run rate, with Australia in second.
Whereas Wade Wilson tapped out of the USA box office at $ 363 million , Wonder Woman is now at $ 368 million and still climbing. Superman in a matter of minutes, it's now hard to think of anyone other than Gal Gadot playing Diana of Themyscira.
Froome loses yellow jersey, Bardet wins stage
Colombia's Rigoberto Uran continued his renaissance to end as the runner-up at two seconds back, alongside Aru. Froome tried to respond but didn't have the legs to follow - yet Bardet did.
Jimmy Carter treated for dehydration during Habitat build
The other living presidents are obviously much younger than Bush and Carter. "President Carter has been working hard all week". He has appeared in good health recently, even being captured on video shaking hands with fellow passengers on an airplane.
Banks, companies step up with cash to assist BC wildfire victims
That's more than twice as much area burned as the average this time of year, which is about 2,500 fires covering 42 square miles. Dave Zaniboni said early Tuesday that rising humidity is now helping firefighters after a weekend heat wave fanned the flames.
Oil trades near two-week low amid talk of Libya, Nigeria caps
By 2020, US crude exports could reach 2.25 million barrels a day, four times the 2016 daily average of 520,000 barrels a day. Petersburg, Russia, on July 24. "Deepening the reductions under the current agreement is not on the agenda", Almarzooq said.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson for President? The people say yes
The Hill reports that an official committee has formed on behalf of the former wrestler and actor , Dwayne " The Rock " Johnson . If he were president, Johnson told GQ he would try to do a better job of bringing people together than the current President.
Asean markets largely flat ahead of Yellen testimony
The G-20 meeting over this past weekend in Hamburg, Germany did not create any significant impact on Monday's financial markets. Shares in Shanghai were down 0.3%, but rose 0.6% in Tokyo while the Hang Seng index in Hong Kong added 1.5%.