Astronomy, Juno Mission
1 Dec , 2017 by Matt Williams
Using the Juno mission’s orbit of Jupiter, a team of scientists has developed a possible explanation for the long-standing “flyby anomaly”
Juno Mission, Jupiter, X-Ray Astronomy
31 Oct , 2017 by Matt Williams
Using data from the Juno probe and X-ray observatories. an international team of astronomers noticed that auroras on Jupiter operate independently of each other.
Juno Mission, Jupiter
26 Oct , 2017 by Matt Williams
The Juno probe has peered deeper into Jupiter’s atmosphere than ever before, which has indicated that its magnetic field is askew.
10 Sep , 2017 by Matt Williams
A new study by scientists from the John Hopkins Univeristy Applied Physics Lab (JHUAPL) indicates that Jupiter’s auroras may be more mysterious than we thought
Astronomy, Juno Mission, Jupiter
11 Jul , 2017 by Matt Williams
Days after celebrating the 1st anniversary of its arrival around Jupiter, the Juno probe will give us our most detailed look at Jupiter’s Giant Red Spot.
Juno Mission, Jupiter, NASA
29 May , 2017 by Evan Gough
Juno is starting to reveal the complexity and beauty of our Solar System’s largest planet.
Astronomy, Guide to Space
7 May , 2017 by Matt Williams
For the past few decades, scientists have been of the opinion that beneath its swirling clouds of gas, Jupiter may have a solid core.
11 Apr , 2017 by Matt Williams
In its latest flyby of Jupiter (Perijove 5), the Juno probe managed to capture photographs of two colliding atmospheric conditions.
18 Feb , 2017 by Matt Williams
After months of review, Juno’s mission scientists have chosen not to attempt an engine burn that will reduce its orbital period.
Astronomy, Jupiter, News
11 Feb , 2017 by Matt Williams
Using 1000 images taken by amateur astronomer, filmmaker Peter Rosen has created a film that takes viewers on virtual journey to Jupiter.
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