The photo was taken from nearly 8,300 miles away.
NASA thinks strange gravitational waves could be the key.
The planet's thick atmosphere looks like something out of a Van Gogh painting.
“No one from NASA ever came to me and said you can't do that. If anything they wanted to help me do it."
Astronomers say we are looking at a whole new Jupiter.
Scientists are being forced to reevaluate what they thought they knew about the giant planet.
Two waves were spotted sweeping across the enormous lake thanks to rare alignment of Io and Europa.
It's been a bumpy start but Juno just needs to "get into its groove" to bring us more data.
The apparent plumes could allow scientists to test for signs of microbial life.
Scientists are hoping that Juno can reveal how Jupiter was formed.
A video published by NASA on Monday shows Jupiter’s largest moons moving around the planet.
The Juno mission seeks information about the origins of Jupiter and our solar system.
Three Earths could still fit inside its borders, however.
The bright celestial bodies appeared side by side as they reached a “conjunction” point Tuesday night.
The two brightest celestial bodies, after the sun and the moon, will appear side by side in this month’s sky.