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Jupiter is the fifth planet from the Sun and the largest in the Solar System.
The Juno probe was hovering above Jupiter's clouds, around 137,264 to 200,937 km away, when it captured the time-lapse sequence of images.
The storm – the largest in the solar system – is about to calm down and will eventually cease to exist.
The wide-angle image taken by Juno shows the northern area of Jupiter's north temperate belt and cloud formations swirling over it.
Jupiter's south pole: Nasa's latest release shows breathtaking images of the planet captured by Juno
The Juno mission began in August 2011 as part of Nasa's New Frontiers Program. It arrived at Jupiter by July 2016 and the initial mission is to have it orbit the planet 12 times.
From Mars to Pluto and Jupiter to the Sun, Nasa's image gallery this year is nothing short of stunning.
Jupiter is a planet that is known for its size and the Great Red Spot. Here are a few more of its features that are worth knowing about.
Nasa's Juno mission has been hard at work collecting data for scientists to study. Here are a few revelations that Juno has made over the last few months.
The mission is reportedly scheduled to be launched no later than 2025.
The spacecraft successfully completed a flyby, coming within 9,000km of Jupiter's iconic hurricane.
Massive storm in Jupiter's southern hemisphere could solve Jupiter's 'energy crisis', scientists say.
The image shows the sunlit part of the planet and three of its four moons.
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The spacecraft left Earth five years ago and will examine the giant planet.
Nasa's Juno spacecraft will arrive at Jupiter on 4 July after a five-year journey from Earth.
Infrared shots taken with Very Large Telescope will help create a high-resolution map of gas giant.
Despite being the biggest planet in the solar system, we know very little about Jupiter.
As Juno prepares to arrive at Jupiter, here are the facts about the largest planet in our solar system.
Ten key facts about the Nasa Juno mission and spacecraft, due to arrive at planet Jupiter on 4 July 2016.
Nasa's Juno spacecraft will shed light on how all the planets in the Solar System formed.
Nasa's Scott Bolton tells IBTimes UK how Juno will slow down after travelling 2.8bn kilometres from Earth.
The goal of the Juno mission is to 'understand the origin and evolution of Jupiter'.
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Solar storms have caused Jupiter to display enhanced X-ray aurora as scientists observe it for the first time.
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Juno will pass Earth around 350 miles from the planet's surface today.