An impossible view of Jupiter's south pole, as it would appear if lit and viewed from directly above. It is a mosaic of JunoCam images from perijoves 6, 7, and 8 in May, July, and September 2017. The effects of the varying global illumination have been removed.
NASA / JPL-Caltech / SwRI / Björn Jónsson
Jupiter's south pole from JunoCam (annotated)
The montage shows the following:
Upper left: An approximately true color/contrast mosaic of Jupiter's north polar region. Upper right: A mosaic of Jupiter's north polar region with enhanced colors and contrast. Lower left: The approximately true color/contrast version with a latitude/longitude grid. Latitudes are planetographic. Lower right: A diagram showing the areas covered by the different source images/data. All data is from JunoCam.