These dreamy new photos from Jupiter make us want marble planet prints to take over fashion
Recently, NASA’s Juno spacecraft successfully completed its sixth Jupiter flyover, which yielded some amazing photos of the fifth planet from the sun. The missions allow really happy scientists to get closeup photos and, furthermore, collect data to learn more about Jupiter. The awesome spacecraft, appropriately named Juno, launched in 2011, and reached the planet 2016. It provides never-before-seen glimpses into the planet’s structure, atmosphere and magnetosphere, according to NASA.
"Juno's principal goal is to understand the origin and evolution of Jupiter," the NASA website states. "Underneath its dense cloud cover, Jupiter safeguards secrets to the fundamental processes and conditions that governed our solar system during its formation. As our primary example of a giant planet, Jupiter can also provide critical knowledge for understanding the planetary systems being discovered around other stars."
First of all, here’s a simulated look at what Juno looks like in action.
Crazy, right? Check out this compilation of some of the incredible footage Juno collected.
Secondly, look how cool these cloud top photos are. We would totally wear these prints on a dress, because what’s more gorgeous than nature? Designers, seems like you and NASA need to get together.
After all, we already adore the marble lips trend.
Of course, who doesn’t love a sophisticated marble mani?
So, we’re just saying, why not branch out to swimsuits, sundresses, and more, using accurate reprints of Jupiter from Juno’s gorgeous photography? And since Cassini is out there, we can even move onto Saturn-inspired looks for 2018!