On July 10th, NASA's Juno spacecraft swooped over the Great Red Spot of Jupiter, only 9000 km above its swirling cloudtops. First images have just been posted online. Here is the biggest storm in the Solar System photographed from point blank range:
NASA is posting raw images from Juno and inviting members of the public to examine and process them. The image above was processed by Gerald Eichstädt and posted by Seán Doran. Keep an eye on the Juno Image Processing Gallery for the latest submissions.