NASA's captured spacecraft by a Jupiter spacecraft paints a stunning picture of a whirlwind planet.

Image engineer Kevin M. Gill, color enhancement, was created using JunoCam space imagery data.

The view is a jet stream called "Jet N6" at 12:20. EST on February 12. At that time, NASA reported that Juno was 8,000 kilometers from the cloud tops of the planet.

On Twitter, people compared the image of famous artists, including paintings by Claude Monet and Jack Pollock. Ask several users, "Do you have Van Gogh?"

This is not the first time we saw the artificial photo of this planet. In June, NASA released jupiter's "chaotic and turbulent fog" clouds, with giant formations and giant planets in the northern hemisphere, several vortices.

more: NASA releases the "confusing" picture of Jupiter's clouds

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