The American Space Agency (NASA) has published a picturesque image, 800 million km from our planet.
NASA has released new images taken by the “Juno” spacecraft of Jupiter, the largest planet in the solar system.
“Juno” captured stunning pictures of the northern region of Jupiter, as its surface appeared a blend of dazzlingly bright and shiny colors.
Among the special snapshots in the photos are the tiny, radiant, rainbow-like tapes that extend from the top of the planet to the bottom, above a mixture of swirling clouds and cyclones that painted circular panels on the surface of the planet.
NASA said that minute radiation is atmospheric particles floating above turbulent clouds known as “the King of Planets“.
“Scientists do not yet know exactly what these radioactive strips are made or how they are formed,” NASA wrote.
Jupiter is the fifth planet from the sun, and the largest planet in the solar system. It is a gas giant who the Romans called “Jupiter” and it is the god of heaven and lightning.