NASA's Juno spacecraft captured an image of Jupiter that looks like a haunting face in the spirit of Halloween.
The image was taken on September 11, 2019, during Juno's 22nd close flyby of Jupiter.
The image shows Jupiter's southern hemisphere, with a white oval storm visible near the center of the image.
The oval storm is one of the many white ovals that are present in Jupiter's atmosphere.
The image was processed by citizen scientist Kevin M. Gill, who enhanced the color and contrast of the original image.
Juno has been orbiting Jupiter since 2016 and has made numerous discoveries about the gas giant's atmosphere and magnetic field.
Juno's mission is to study Jupiter's composition, gravity, magnetic field, and polar magnetosphere.