Bones and Roses

2021-02-15 16:21 UT
Credit : NASA/SwRL/MSSS/Soumyadeep Mukherjee © cc by
Submitted By : SoumyadeepMukherjee
Mission Phase : PERIJOVE 27

This image of Jupiter was captured by Juno during its 27th orbit around the gas-giant. The image was processed to bring out a different look of the planet and to highlight a few interesting shapes, the title "Bones and Roses" comes from there. Just above the largest storm present in the image, the patterns resemble the spine/backbone (the backbone of jupiter?). And diagonally below this storm, we see what resembles a few roses (a valentine gift?). This artistic rendition of Jupiter was to focus on these beautiful and surprising pattern that exists on the planet.