Here's a jolt of color to wake you up.
This is the north pole of Jupiter, taken by the Juno probe. It's currently tilted away from the sun, but the infrared image is able to look through the shadow and see the eight baby cyclones surrounding a massive mama cyclone 4000 kilometers in diameter.
Image Credit: NASA, JPL-Caltech, SwRI, ASI, INAF, JIRAM
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