Amazing new images of Jupiter's turbulent weather and strong winds are released by NASA.

These images, taken by the Juno spacecraft, offer an unprecedented glimpse into the dynamic and chaotic atmosphere of the solar system's largest planet. 

With its swirling storms, colossal cloud formations, and powerful jet streams, Jupiter continues to be a source of fascination and scientific inquiry. 

Launched in 2011, NASA's Juno spacecraft has been orbiting Jupiter since July 2016. Its primary mission is to understand the gas giant's origin and evolution.  

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Equipped with a suite of scientific instruments, Juno has been probing beneath Jupiter's dense cloud cover to study its auroras, magnetosphere, gravity field, and atmospheric dynamics.  

The spacecraft's close flybys have provided scientists with data of unprecedented quality and detail, enabling a deeper understanding of Jupiter's complex environment. 

The new images released by NASA highlight the sheer scale and ferocity of Jupiter's atmospheric phenomena.  

One of the most striking features captured is the Great Red Spot, a gigantic storm larger than Earth that has been raging for centuries.  

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