This enhanced-color image from NASA’s Juno spacecraft captures the striking cloud bands of Jupiter’s southern latitudes. Jupiter is not only the largest planet in the solar system, it also rotates at the fastest rate, completing a full day in just 10 hours. This rapid spinning creates strong jet streams, separating Jupiter’s clouds into bright zones and dark belts that wrap around the planet. Citizen scientist David Marriott created this image with data from the JunoCam instrument. The original image was taken on April 10, 2020, at 7:35 a.m. PDT (10:35 a.m. EDT) as the Juno spacecraft performed its 26th close flyby of the planet. At the time the image was taken, Juno was about 40,000 miles (64,000 kilometers) from the planet’s cloud tops at a latitude of about 58 degrees south. All prints and frames are 100% American made at our warehouse in Cincinnati, OH. We print all art pieces, manufacture our own frames, and stretch our own canvas. All items are on-demand and produced right here! Each print is printed onto semi-gloss paper, and then either rolled or framed before shipping out. Canvas prints are stretched over 1.5-inch stretcher bars. We take pride in the quality of all our products and strive to give our customers the best wall art possible!
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