NASA's Juno spacecraft sent back the closest-ever views of Jupiter's Great Red Spot last week and invited the public to pop the raw images into Photoshop to enhance or otherwise pretty them up. The result has been hundreds of new looks for the gas giant and its famous planet-sized storm.
Here, Shawn Handran used Photoshop with Google Nik to add a nefarious edge to the Great Red Spot, giving it more of an "Eye of Sauron" feel.
If you could visit the Great Red Spot, which you really don't want to do, it definitely wouldn't be the flat swirls of color it appears to be in two-dimensional images. To give a better picture of its contours, here it is rendered in three dimensions.