NASA's spacecraft photographed an amazing video of Jupiter's cloud tops during the last flight of the Earth.
The spacecraft is currently in a very elliptical orbit of 53 days around Jupiter.
Each route includes a close passage over the Cloud of Justice, where it flies between the northern and southern poles of the planet.
On December 21, Gino will make the 16th flight of the Earth, at which point it will be 3,140 miles above the tops of the clouds.
"With our 16th scientific flight, we will have a full global coverage of Jupiter, albeit at a rough resolution, with polar crossings separated by 22.5 degrees," said Conneri, chief research vice president of Gano. Length.
"During the second half of our primary mission – science flies 17 to 32 – we split the difference, flying just halfway between each previous track.
"It will provide Earth's coverage at 11.25 degrees in length, providing a more detailed picture of what justice does to all justice."
During each flight, Gino collects important data on Jupiter, including its internal structure and atmosphere.
Scott Bolton, Principal Investigator of Gano, said: "We have already rewritten the textbooks on how an atmosphere of justice operates, and about the complexity and asymmetry of its magnetic field.
"The other half should provide the details we can use to refine our understanding of the depth of the regional winds of Jupiter, the generation of its magnetic field, the structure and evolution of its interior."