Jupiter Will Never Stop Surprising Scientists. NASA’s Juno mission keeps churning out stunning images of the gas planet’s clouds—and more mysteries about what lurks underneath.
Juno will improve our understanding of the solar system’s beginnings by revealing the origin and evolution of Jupiter.
NASA’s Juno spacecraft obtained this color view on June 21, 2016, at a distance of 6.8 million miles (10.9 million kilometers) from Jupiter. Juno will arrive at Jupiter on July 4.
NASA’s mission to sent spacecraft Juno to orbit around Jupiter began five years ago. Recently, the spacecraft’s trip has reached a monumental phase.
On Sunday, December 11, at 9:04 a.m. PST (12:04 p.m. EST, 17:04 UTC) NASA’s Juno spacecraft will make its third science flyby of Jupiter.
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NASA’s Juno spacecraft swooped within about 5,000 kilometers of Jupiter’s cloud tops on August 27, 2016, giving scientists their first intimate look at the gas giant.
In a new paper published in Nature today, scientists from NASA’s Juno mission describe the ways in which lightning on Jupiter is actually analogous to Earth’s lightning. Although, in some ways, the two types of lightning are polar opposites.
NASA’s Mission Juno will explore Jupiter, seeking to unlock secrets of the giant planet and our solar system. NASA has approved an update to Juno’s science operations until July 2021. learn more. JUNO’S Story. The Juno mission will explore Jupiter, seeking to unlock secrets about its origin as well as the origin of the entire solar system
Juno’s mission is planned to last for five years, with its current end date (and impact in Jupiter) set for 2021. Development history. Juno is one of NASA’s three New Frontiers probes.