NASA received information from the Juno spacecraft about the processes occurring in the depths of Jupiter (this is about three thousand kilometers). The media has already published a series of materials describing the internal structure of this planet. According to the information received, Jupiter turned out to be much more complicated than previously thought. For example, serious whirlwinds were recorded in his atmosphere. It turned out that, penetrating deep into the planet, they change its gravitational field. It is asymmetric and directed from north to south. At the same time, the planet’s gas core rotates as if it were a solid body. Juno also sent photos from the surface of Jupiter that were taken in the infrared. As it turned out, atmospheric cyclones at the poles of the planet form unusual patterns. Scientists have not yet been able to determine why this is happening. Juno was launched 7 years ago, and the station was in the orbit of Jupiter only the year before last. The device will work until the middle of this year, then it will be released into the atmosphere of Jupiter, in which it will burn.