In summer 2016, NASA's space probe Juno reached Jupiter five years after its 2011 launch. Over the past two years, Juno has been capturing spectacular images of the solar system's largest planet. On NASA's photo journal page dedicated to Jupiter, visitors can explore some of these images alongside other Jupiter images, including telescope images, diagrams, images captured by infrared spectrometers, and more. In total, the collection features over 900 images dating back to 1996. Each image is accompanied by a caption that includes links to related resources. When visitors view an image captured by the JunoCam, they will see a link to NASA's JunoCam website. Here, interested visitors can help process raw images from JunoCam and participate in discussions with fellow citizen scientists.
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