Nasa Juno Jupiter Ganymede
10 years after NASA launched its Juno mission to Jupiter, these are its most stunning images of the gas giant
Sep 26th, 2021 04:50 UTC NASA’s Juno spacecraft has zipped past Jupiter’s poles, watched its Great Red Spot churn, and visited its largest moon.
Bluegrass Skies: Jupiter and Juno
(Sep 2021) The king of planets is taking center stage in the night sky. Jupiter rises in the east around 6 p.m. and is easily spotted after nightfall.
Legos in the Lab
on 25th of Sep 2021 The toys both delight children and aid groundbreaking research — Lego figures have even ventured into space.
We Need A Space Mission To Watch Potential ‘Mushballs’ Pull A Weird Planetary Trick
(Sep 2021) There’s intriguing evidence of atmospheric weirdness going on at Uranus and Neptune, but more evidence needs a spacecraft close-up, researchers say.
Could low-altitude reconnection power Jupiter’s polar aurorae?
(Sep 2021) Like Earth, Jupiter’s magnetic field channels electrically charged particles into its atmosphere, resulting in the formation of brilliant aurorae near its poles. However, the brightness and variety of
Moon-Jupiter Conjunction: Celestial Event to Take Place in East-Northeast Sky Tonight; Here Are Details
(Sep 2021) Months after the great conjunction or the “Christmas Star”, when Jupiter and Saturn aligned together in their orbits, another cosmic event is taking place involving the two planets. The Moon-Jupiter
Album reviews: Public Service Broadcasting | Vangelis | Janet Beat
(Sep 2021) Recorded in Berlin’s famous Hansa Tonstudio, Public Service Broadcasting’s new album is a multi-layered three-part love letter to the magnetic metropolis, writes Fiona Shepherd