Yes, the photos are identical. The image of the aurora is superimposed on an image of Jupiter taken in 2014. The aurora is only visible in ultraviolet, so the original photo was in black and white. Boring. The public want spectacular high definition color images. NASA simply showed the public what Jupiter would look like IF we could see the aurora with the naked eye. It makes for a better press release. I wish they wouldn't do things like that, it's misleading. Of course this doesn't prove that the Juno mission is fake. This doesn't even IMPLY that the Juno mission is fake.
Mark, I noticed that someone (you?) tagged this thread "Humor" Is that how it was intended? If so, I seem to have misunderstood you, I'm sorry.