The Juno probe has just brushed with the clouds above the Great Red Spot of the giant planet.
Jupiter's Great Red Spot is not alone. The giant planet also has a Great Cold Spot.
The Great Cold Spot is discovered on Jupiter and is more unstable than the first Great Red Spot.
The Jupiter's Great Red Spot is very hot and warmer than the molten lava, according to a new study.
NASA's Juno Jupiter probe captured this image on July 10, 2016, less than a week after entering orbit around the giant planet.
What's Jupiter's atmosphere like?
Astronomers have discovered a tiny star with a giant, cloudy storm that rivals that of Jupiter.