NASA's Juno Jupiter spacecraft, currently orbiting my namesake gas giant planet Jupiter, has just sent back stunning images of Jupiter's north polar region, which looks very unlike the rest of the planet with its red belts and zones.
Juno is the first solar powered spacecraft to visit Jupiter. Of course it's far from the first space probe to visit Jupiter. That accolade belongs to Pioneer 10 which flew past Jupiter in 1973. But it will study the giant planet in never before seen detail, discerning its internal structure and taking breathtaking super high resolution images of its atmosphere. Watch this space!