NASA has published new Juno probe pictures of Jupiter. Juno, which arrived at Jupiter in 2016, acquired the image from 23,500 kilometers above Jupiter's cloud layers. As a result, Jupiter's north pole is depicted. The blue-and-white image depicts enormous eddy-like structures caused by winds rushing over Jupiter's surface. According to NASA, the image's beauty is due to the strong winds. Currently, the presence of gases such as hydrogen and helium has been discovered on Jupiter.