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If fears of World War 3 have got you down, don’t stress. We have actually got some glorious brand-new photos of Jupiter to hopefully take your mind off things.These newest snaps

were taken by NASA’s Juno spacecraft throughout its seventh science flyby over Jupiter. The spacecraft is in a broad orbit around the planet, stroking down every 53 days to gather science and take images. The rest of the time it invests further out, to avoid Jupiter’s extreme radiation.Juno started its most current flyby on Friday, using its JunoCam instrument to record close-up pictures of the world. NASA launched the photos as raw images on its website, allowing members of the general public to then submit their own processed views By Jonathan O’Callaghan