The American space station Juno (\Photos taken from the extremely small distance of thunderclouds, before showing to the general public, were processed by a team of amateur experts. Among the volunteers who process the RAW data of the NASA agency, there is also Russian Roman Tkachenko. In the process of correcting photographs presented in black and white, all colors are superimposed manually, which turns such work into a creative process similar to the work of artists. These photographs were taken on March 27, 2017 at the time of the flight of the Juno apparatus above the clouds of Jupiter at an altitude of about 12.7 thousand km. Weather conditions on the planet are unpredictable and chaotic, which explains the dynamic changes in the appearance of the clouds of Jupiter. The Juno space station will assist scientists in the study of atmospheric phenomena on a distant planet for almost a year – until February 2018.