This unbearably gorgeous image of Jupiter was taken by NASA's Juno spacecraft back on December 11 and was just shared by NASA on Thursday. From a flyby only 10,300 miles above the gas giant's clouds, Juno snapped this image of the solar system's largest planet.
In the lower left-hand corner of the below image, you can see the storm known as the Little Red Spot (NN-LRS-1). NASA describes the storm as a "pale brown smudge." They note that the storm is the third largest anticyclonic storm (large-scale wind circulations around regions of high atmospheric pressure) discovered on Jupiter. They've been tracking the storm for 23 years.