Catch Jupiter at its most stunning and brightest on Tuesday, May 8. The gas giant will be in opposition, reaching its closest encounter with Earth in the year and appearing brighter than ever.
Second great spot comparable to the size of the Great Red Spot spotted at Jupiter's upper atmosphere.
A citizen scientist created a stunning image of Jupiter. The image was created from the archive of photographs taken by the Juno spacecraft.
A new research study tries to explain the atmospheric heating near the Great Red Spot on Jupiter by suggesting that the solar energy is not responsible for the heating but gravity waves and acoustic waves.
Juno sent the first image taken within Jupiter's orbit showing the planet and three of its four largest moons.