Warm up with this relaxing photo of a hotspot on Jupiter

New composite image for Jupiter atmosphere A brightly glowing hot spot appears at infrared wavelengths.

Astronomers and amateur image processors gathered data from NASA Juno spacecraft At Jupiter and the Northern Gemini Telescope in Mauna Kea, Hawaii, to create the epic image. Although researchers have known about hotspots on Jupiter for more than 25 years, views such as these give scientists a better understanding of how storms and atmospheric waves contribute to the “elusive” water content of Jupiter’s atmosphere. NASA officials wrote in a statement.

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