Jupiter's mysteries: First results from NASA's Juno mission - Jupiter was most likely the first planet to form in the solar system and contains some of the same ingredients of the collapsing nebula that formed the system. Knowing more about Jupiter can provide greater insight about its beginnings

Jupiter's mysteries: I see glitter and embossing powder and perfect pearls.

95 Minutes Over Jupiter

95 Minutes Over Jupiter

This sequence of color-enhanced images shows how quickly the viewing geometry changes for NASA’s Juno spacecraft as it swoops by Jupiter. The images were obtained by JunoCam.

Jupiter as seen by Juno on October 24, 2017. Image via NASA/ JPL-Caltech/ MSSS/ SwRI/ Kevin M. Gill/ AmericaSpace.

A new and awesome batch of images has emerged from the Juno mission's most recent flyby of Jupiter. Plus, the mission gets a new project manager.

As part of a series of flybys, Nasa’s Juno spacecraft captured this image in October, when the spacecraft was only 11,747 miles (18,906 kilometres) from the tops of Jupiter’s clouds. The colour-enhanced image captures a cloud system in Jupiter’s northern hemisphere. Because of the Juno-Jupiter-Sun angle when the spacecraft captured this image, the higher-altitude clouds can be seen casting shadows on their surroundings.  Photograph: MSSS/SwRI/JPL-Caltech/Nasa

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Juno's Jupiter Mission Faces Its Most Critical Moment | Credit: Dorling Kindersley/Getty Images | From Wired.com

Juno's Jupiter Mission Faces Its Most Critical Moment

Matter and energy interacting in an arena of space and time. Paintings by Paul Juno

Paul Juno - Matter and energy interacting in an arena of space and time (via but does it float)

NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Sent Back Some Spectacular Shots Of Jupiter

NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Sent Back Some Spectacular Shots Of Jupiter

“We are rewriting our ideas of how giant planets work.

LEGO minifigures on NASA's Juno Jupiter probe inspire design challenge | collectSPACE

LEGO minifigures on NASA's Juno Jupiter probe inspire design challenge

Jupiter view by Juno cam NASA

Jupiter view by Juno cam NASA

Why NASA’s Juno Jupiter orbiter is a big deal

Why NASA’s Juno Jupiter orbiter is a big deal

Infographic: Juno, Built to Withstand Intense Radiation Environments - SpaceRef

NASA's Juno Jupiter probe captured this image on July 10, 2016, less than a week after entering orbit around the giant planet. Juno was about 2.7 million miles (4.3 million kilometers) from Jupiter when it took the picture.

NASA's Juno Jupiter probe captured this image on July 10, 2016, less than a week after entering orbit around the giant planet. Juno was about 2.7 million miles (4.3 million kilometers) from Jupiter when it took the picture.

Lego Minifigures on NASA's Juno Jupiter Probe Inspire Design Challenge.

On July the three stowaways aboard NASA's Juno spacecraft will arrive at the giant planet Jupiter on a mission to inspire children.

NASA’s Juno spacecraft was a little more than one Earth diameter from Jupiter when it captured this mind-bending, color-enhanced view of the planet’s tumultuous atmosphere.

High Above Jupiter’s Clouds

Jupiter’s Clouds NASA’s Juno spacecraft was a little more than one Earth diameter from Jupiter when it captured this mind-bending, color-enhanced view of the planet’s tumultuous atmosphere.

Nasa’s Juno probe captured this picture of Jupiter last December : Astronomy

Nasa’s Juno probe captured this picture of Jupiter last December : Astronomy

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