It’s a trove of valuable data, but we’re still just scratching the surface.
A rare and beautiful view of Jupiter from a novel angle.
Think you know Jupiter? Think again!
Aside from delivering a trove of valuable information about Jupiter and its nearby environment, the Juno probe has also sent back a number of spectacular photos
Named after a capricious goddess, Juno lives up to her name.
Scientists peeled Jupiter and make striking findings.
We’ve never seen anything like this before.
NASA’s Juno shuttle will get closer to Jupiter than any other man-made structure.
Shouts of joy filled the air as Juno’s success became evident and the shuttle enrolled on the gas giant’s orbit.
Juno is part of NASA’s New Frontiers program that wants to get up-close and personal with several planets in our solar system. The shuttle itself is going towards Jupiter to study its gravity field, magnetic field, and polar magnetosphere. Juno will also search for clues about how the planet formed, including whether it has a rocky core, the amount of water present within