NASA has released incredible images of Jupiter that are literally out of this world.
The Juno spacecraft that first launched in 2011 has been orbiting Jupiter since 2016.
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Researchers used images collected over multiple fly-bys to simulate a detailed flyover.
Juno is set to complete its 16th trip around Jupiter.
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After that, NASA says it will have a nearly complete coverage of the planet.
It will also mark the halfway point of Juno's data-collecting mission.