This is actually a mosaic of 27 images! It took a 3x3 picture grid of the planet, then repeated it twice to get it through red, green, and blue filters. That way, astronomers back home could stitch them together to make this beautiful and moody true-color picture of the solar system's biggest planet. The detail on the original are incredible; you can see hundreds of small storms raging across the planet, as well as subtle colors and other features. Remember: Jupiter is 86,000 miles across, 11 times the diameter of Earth! Keep that in mind when you see something in this picture that looks "small".
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