NASA’s Juno Gets Highest-Resolution Close-Up of Jupiter’s Moon Europa
The highest-resolution photo NASA’s Juno mission has ever taken of a specific portion of Jupiter’s moon Europa reveals a detailed view of a puzzling region of the moon’s heavily fractured icy crust.
NASA’s Juno Shares First Image From Flyby of Jupiter’s Moon Europa
Observations from the spacecraft’s pass of the moon provided the first close-up in over two decades of this ocean world, resulting in remarkable imagery and unique science.
NASA’s Juno Will Perform Close Flyby of Jupiter’s Icy Moon Europa
As the spacecraft makes a close approach of the moon, it is expected to provide valuable science – and remarkable imagery – for NASA’s upcoming Europa Clipper mission.
NASA’s Juno Mission Reveals Jupiter’s Complex Colors
NASA’s Juno spacecraft observed the complex colors and structure of Jupiter’s clouds as it completed its 43rd close flyby of the giant planet on July 5, 2022.
NASA’s Juno Mission Spies Vortices Near Jupiter’s North Pole
As NASA’s Juno mission completed its 43rd close flyby of Jupiter on July 5, 2022, its JunoCam instrument captured this striking view of vortices — hurricane-like spiral wind patterns — near the planet’s north pole.
Jupiter turns out to be inhomogeneous; metallicity gives clues about origin
An international team of astronomers, led by Yamila Miguel (SRON/Leiden Observatory), has found that Jupiter’s gaseous envelope doesn’t have a homogeneous distribution.
Juno Skims the Cloud Tops of Jupiter
On April 9, 2022, as NASA’s Juno mission completed its 41st close flyby of Jupiter, its JunoCam instrument captured what it would look like to ride along with the spacecraft. Citizen scientist Andrea Luck created this animated sequence using raw JunoCam image data.
Juno Captures Moon Shadow on Jupiter
NASA’s Juno spacecraft captured this view of Jupiter during the mission’s 40th close pass by the giant planet on Feb. 25, 2022. The large, dark shadow on the left side of the image was cast by Jupiter’s moon Ganymede.
SwRI Scientists Connect The Dots Between Galilean Moon, Auroral Emissions On Jupiter
Juno spacecraft discovered clues about mysterious processes creating the dance of the auroral footprints.
NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Glimpses Jupiter’s Moons Io and Europa
NASA’s Juno mission captured this view of Jupiter’s southern hemisphere during the spacecraft’s 39th close flyby of the planet on Jan. 12, 2022.