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NASA Spacecraft to Jupiter Juno Makes 4th Successful Flyby, Next on March 27

Cyclones swirl around the south pole, and white oval storms can be seen near the limb -- the apparent edge of the planet -- in this image of Jupiter’s south polar region taken by the JunoCam imager aboard NASA’s Juno spacecraft. Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS

NASA’s Juno mission finished a close flyby of Jupiter on Thursday, Feb. 2, its fourth over Jupiter’s mysterious cloud tops and sent beautiful pictures to Earth. The next flyby will ...

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NASA to Re-Activate Science Instruments on Juno Today to Capture Jupiter Closest Ever

NASA spacecraft Juno reached ‘Apojove’, the farthest point in Jupiter’s orbit after travelling for over five years on Sunday and began a frefall bowing to Jupiter’s gravitational force, expected to ...

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Jupiter All Set to Welcome Spacecraft Named After His Wife Juno in July

Research teams are gearing up as spacecraft Juno, launched in 2011 is set to touch base with Jupiter in July this year. A team led by Leigh Fletcher of the ...

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