Bruce Murray Space Image Library

Jupiter's north pole from JIRAM

Jupiter's north pole from JIRAM
Jupiter's north pole from JIRAM JIRAM is an infrared imager on Juno that detects heat radiation emitted by the planet. High-altitude clouds can block this heat, so appear dark. This view of Jupiter's north pole was captured on February 2, 2017. NASA / JPL-Caltech / SwRI / ASI / INAF / JIRAM / Björn Jónsson

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