Feb. 23 (UPI) -- New time-lapse photos of Jupiter reveals a unique cloud pattern circling the gas giant's south pole.
Though each of the images may look the same at first glance, a closer look reveals a shifting cloud pattern. A number of studies and surveys -- powered by both space satellite and ground telescope observations -- have revealed Jupiter's atmosphere to be an incredibly dynamic place.
Though Jupiter's Great Red Spot garners much of the attention, the gas giant hosts a diverse variety of atmospheric patterns.
The latest photo series was processed by citizen scientist Gerald Eichstädt. JunoCam's raw images are available online for public use.