This new image, processed by amateur astronomer Roman Tkachenko, shows Jupiter's north pole in all its stormy glory.

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NASA/SwRI/MSSS/Roman Tkachenko (CC BY)

Another person processed the same raw image to show more green-colored details.

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NASA/SwRI/MSSS

And here's a close-up of Jupiter's swirling cloud tops.

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NASA/SwRI/MSSS/Daiwensai-33 (CC BY)

This shot, put together by Gervasio Robles, merges three Juno flyby images to show Jupiter's elusive south pole in full view.

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NASA/SwRI/MSSS/Gervasio Robles

Jason Major turned new image data into an animation that shows what it's like to zoom over Jupiter's north pole.


Source: Jason Major/Twitter

And Gerald Eichstädt merged all the images from the fifth flyby into a 3D animation that shows the whole trip from Juno's viewpoint.


Source: Gerald Eichstädt/YouTube

Amateur astronomers have also been redeveloping older Juno images. These Jovian cloud-top images all came from the probe's fourth flyby, on February 2.

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NASA/SwRI/MSSS/Uriel

Juno's next flyby of Jupiter should happen around May 19.

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NASA/JPL-Caltech

But Juno won't fly forever.

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NASA/JPL

NASA will plunge the spacecraft into Jupiter's clouds in 2018 or 2019. This will prevent it from spreading any bacteria from Earth on the gas giant's icy, ocean-filled moons like Europa and Ganymede.

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An artist's concept of Europa spewing water vapor from an ocean that's concealed by a thick shell of ice.
NASA/ESA/K. Retherford/SWRI