The Juno space probe is gearing up for another pass of our solar system’s largest planet, and NASA wants your help deciding what pictures it should snap on the way by.

You can cast your vote on the official JunoCam voting website. Choose from one of several points of interest in the orbit, helping narrow down mission photographs to the ones people most want to see.

As much as NASA would love to snap continuously, it says “the amount of on-board data storage” limits how many photos can be taken.

According to space.com, the JunoCam instrument has already captured fantastic images of the swirling gas giant, with the photos available on NASA’s Juno mission website.

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Source: Help NASA Decide What Pictures to Take of Jupiter

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