The image was taken on February 12 during the spacecraft's 18th flyby of Jupiter. Juno has been orbiting our solar system's largest planet since the summer of 2016. NASA says the probe was just 8,000 miles from the clouds of the planet when it snapped the stunning picture, which was color-enhanced by "citizen scientist" Kevin M. Gill with data from the JunoCam imager. The data and images are publicly available for anyone to process or dig around in like a digital sandbox filled with space data.
With the 18th flyby complete (they take place about once every 53 days), there could be more images on the way and there will certainly be more before Juno completes its mission and crashes into Jupiter in July 2021. Shortly after that crash, the European Space Agency (ESA) will launch JUICE (Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer) to orbit the planet in June 2022.