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Jupiter's north pole comes to life in this 3D infrared video

If nothing else, the spacecraft “Juno,” which is currently in an elongated orbit around Jupiter, has taught us that the largest planet in our solar system is weird. From spectacular photographs to readings that make us question what this giant even is, “Juno” has done a spectacular job

uncovering the gas giant's mysteries. Now, NASA has released a 3D infrared movie of Jupiter's north polar region, depicting the intense storms in the area, as well as the dynamo that powers the planet's massive magnetic field.