NASA's spacecraft captured this stunning portrait of Jupiter during one of the gas giant's next fly-bys. The flyby or Perijove was the 22nd encounter with the planet, which took place on September 11 this year. Juno of NASA frequently dives toward Jupiter to investigate the surface of the planet, taking breathtaking snapshots of its atmospheric features. In this fascinating photo, the probe seems to have torn a large black hole in the upper hemisphere of the planet.
But there is no need to worry because the black hole is the shadow of Io – one of the four outstanding Galilean moons.
The Galilean moons are the four largest satellites orbiting the gas giant and discovered by astronomer Galileo Galilei in the 1
Io is the innermost of the four moons, followed by Europe, Callisto and Ganymede.  From his position above Jupiter, Juno was able to observe the moon between his host planet and the sun.
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The moon extinguished the sunlight and cast its round shadow on the cloudy surface of Jupiter.
Essentially, the NASA probe witnessed a lunar eclipse on Jupiter from orbital elevation.
Raw images of the Jupiter solar eclipse were shared JunoCam Directory of NASA w Here amateur astronomers and space lovers have the opportunity to process them.
This special image has been optimized and processed by software engineer Kevin Gill.
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members of the public are asked to dive into the JunoCam directory to edit the images ,
Some of the best user-submitted images are frequently issued by the US Space Agency.
NASA said, "We invite you to download them, make your own image edits, and we encourage you to upload your creations so we can enjoy and use them.
"The type of image processing we'd like to see ranges from simply cropping an image to highlighting a specific atmospheric feature, adding color enhancements, creating collages, and adding advanced color reconstructions.
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"For those of you who have contributed – thank you. Her love rituals have illustrated articles about Juno, Jupiter and JunoCam. "
The NASA spacecraft Juno launched into space on August 5, 2011, but did not reach Jupiter until July 2016.
The spacecraft is the second spacecraft to reach the Galileo gas giant between 1995 and 2003
At the end of the mission, NASA will desorb the spacecraft to burn it in Jupiter's atmosphere.