The satellite managed to capture the dusty storms.
Research satellite of the national office for Aeronautics and space research NASA under the name of Juno made and sent back photos of Jupiter. These pictures show a curious phenomenon, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to the Correspondent.
The NASA satellite was able to remove two dust storm that occurred on the surface of a gas giant.
Juno took photos during their last controlled flight at the end of December.
The footage you can see the orange spot on the planet’s surface. It is — a raging dust storm, which continued for about 150 years and will still continue for several decades. This is due to the fact that Jupiter is almost not has hard soil.