Juno was about 15,500 kilometers from the clouds of the planet when it took the picture
A Nasa image obtained on June 24, 2018 shows swirling clouds and turbulent vortices within Jupiter's northern hemisphere, when space agency Juno spacecraft took this color-enhanced image at 10.23 pm PDT on May 23, 2018, because the spacecraft performed its 13th near the airport of Jupiter. By that time, Juno was about 1
The region seen here is somewhat chaotic and turbulent, given the various swirling cloud formations. In general, the darker cloud material is deeper in Jupiter's atmosphere, while the light cloud is high.
The light clouds are probably ammonia or ammonia and water mixed with sprinkling of unknown chemical ingredients.
A light oval at the bottom is centered in the scene. This function occurs uniformly white in field-based telescope observations.
With JunoCam, however, we can observe the fine-scale structure of this weather system, including additional structures within it.
There is no significant movement in the compartment of this function Like the big red spot, its winds slow down to the middle.