Kevin gill, a NASA software engineer and citizen scientist, created the video using Juno’s junocam data, which has been delivering spectacular views of Jupiter since the spacecraft arrived in 2016. < / P > < p > “the video combines 41 still images of junocam, which are digitally projected onto a sphere. As the spacecraft accelerates through, the virtual ‘camera’ provides views of Jupiter at different angles.” NASA said in a statement on Thursday. < / P > < p > this video is accompanied by appropriate background music. These images are from Juno’s June 2, 2020 flyby – its 27th close – up to Jupiter – where it is about 2100 miles (3380 kilometers) from clouds. Juno’s video provides a good contrast to the recent Hubble Space Telescope’s depiction of Jupiter. It is said that “gta5” will be launched on Google cloud game platform stadia