Here’s what the Great Red Spot would look like if you could fly to Jupiter to see the monster hurricane yourself

A image acquired by the Juno spacecraft and processed by a citizen scientist reveals the Red Spot in subtly beautiful natural color

Back on July 10th, NASA’s Juno spacecraft swooped low over Jupiter’s Great Red Spot for the seventh time. Since then we’ve been treated to some spectacular imagery — almost all of it enhanced to bring out various features in the persistent 10,000-mile-wide storm.

But what would it look like to human eyes if a person could have been aboard Juno? The image abo

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