NASA's $1 billion Juno probe took a series of incredible images in late October. But when the sun slipped between the giant planet and Earth for more than a week, it blocked the spacecraft from transmitting the data immediately.
The conjunction is now over and the new raw image data from Juno's ninth "perijove," the spacecraft's high-speed flybys, is finally ready to be viewed. Researchers have posted it to NASA's website and now the space junkie community is processing the data to yield gorgeous and colorful pictures of Jupiter.
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