Juno is orbiting Jupiter Since 2016, its mission has been to provide a more detailed picture of the planet that is more than 600 million kilometers from Earth.
The site said that the atmosphere of a planet produced the luminous electric waves.
On our planet, these colored lights occur in the high atmosphere during thunderstorms, and this phenomenon was first documented in 1989.
Rohini Giles, researcher in the probe file “Juno”, said in a press conference that the team, while collecting images of the aurora borealis of Jupiter, found something strange.
Giles added, the strange thing was none other than these electrical waves, which only lasted for a few milliseconds.