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Scientists Discovered Ways To See Jupiter's Poles

Currently, Jupiter is experiencing frequent storms and cyclones in it south pole region. The south pole region of Jupiter had never been visible before citizen scientists created a way to take pictures of it the JunoCam. The JunoCam is found on a spacecraft called Juno who was sent from earth to jupiter to collect data. Scott Bolton, a Southwest Research Institute planetary scientist, stated, “Jupiter’s poles don’t look anything like what the team thought they would.”

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