Looking at outer space and our universe really feels like a dream. It seems like a distant place, too far from our reach. But with the expeditions being sent out into different parts of space, we are able to see what our solar system and beyond looks like.
Nasa's Juno mission to Jupiter has reached its halfway mark and has revealed new views of cyclones at the gas giant's poles.
As it orbits the planet every 53 days - Juno performs a data-gathering dive, speeding from pole to pole.
Its sensors take measurements of the composition of the planet, in an effort to decipher how the largest world in our Solar System formed.