Magnificent atmospheric features in the northern hemisphere of Jupiter are demonstrated in a series of color images from the NASA Juno spacecraft.
The anticyclonic white oval, named N5-AWO, can be viewed in the center to the left of the first frame (left) and slightly higher in the second and third shots. In the lower part of the second and third frames there is a noticeable storm, which is called the Little Red Spot. The reddish orange band (fourth and fifth) represent the Northern Temperate Belt.
From left to right, there is a sequence of images made on July 15 from 21:54 to 22:11. At that time, the spacecraft made the 14th nearest flight at an altitude of 25300-6200 km from the cloudy peaks of the planet, approximately 69-36 degrees above latitude.