NASA encourages people to process the images to bring out their hidden colours and details.
Occasionally, the space agency will pick out an image and share it on its website or use it in a scientific paper.
NASA said: “We invite you to download them, do your own image processing, and we encourage you to upload your creations for us to enjoy and share.
“The types of image processing we’d love to see range from simply cropping an image to highlighting a particular atmospheric feature, as well as adding your own colour enhancements, creating collages and adding advanced colour reconstruction.
“For those of you who have contributed – thank you! Your labours of love have illustrated articles about Juno, Jupiter and JunoCam.