Image: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Roman Tkachenko

NASA’s Juno spacecraft has delivered stunning images of Jupiter again and this time it gives us a glimpse at the gas giant’s south pole. The image was taken during Juno’s most recent flyby on February 2nd and was captured at an altitude 63,400 miles.

The spacecraft’s raw images are always available on the Juno Cam site and the public is encouraged to download, enhance, and submit their new images to NASA.