Juno Station received images of clouds that encircle the South Pole of Jupiter. This is was reported on the NASA website. According to the agency, the picture was taken back in December last year during the tenth approach of the probe to Jupiter. Then the device was located at a distance of more than 13 thousand kilometers from the peaks of the clouds of the planet. NASA was told that the dark area in the far left corner is called the Southern Moderate Belt. The crossing belt is a phantom slip function of white clouds. This is the biggest feature of the low latitudes of Jupiter it is a cyclone rotating with a clockwise movement the agency specified.
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