The Man in the Moon isn't the only time we've spotted a face on an extraterrestrial body. Citizen scientist Jason Major rotated an image of Jupiter snapped by NASA's Juno spacecraft and created an instant classic: "Jovey McJupiterface." The new twist on the image makes it look like Jupiter has two white eyes and a distressed mouth.
The "eyes" are storms and the gas giant's swirling atmosphere gives the face personality, like a celestial Edvard Munch painting. Jupiter is home to a series of huge rotating storms that look like white spots and are known as "pearls."
"JunoCam images aren't just for art and science – sometimes they are processed to bring a chuckle," NASA notes in a Friday release for the "Jovey McJupiterface" image.