Juno Probe Jupiter Radiation Environment
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.
Jupiter’s Juno Spacecraft Might Have Solved Ammonia Mystery On Uranus & Neptune
(Sep 2021) The expert suggested that it is the ‘mushballs’ that push atmospheric ammonia deep into the clouds of the planets making them undetectable.
Could Low-Altitude Magnetic Reconnection Power Jupiter’s Polar Aurorae?
on 25th of Sep 2021 Magnetic reconnection events less than 2 Jovian radii above the planet’s cloud tops could explain why Juno has yet to observe a source for Jupiter’s polar aurore. Like Earth, Jupiter’s magnetic field
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.
Pictures from space! Our image of the day
(Sep 2021) Happy April Fools’ Day from space! This goofy-looking face on Jupiter is no joke. NASA’s Juno spacecraft captured this image of Jupiter during a flyby in 2017, and citizen scientist Jason Major
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.