Sixteen years ago, NASA’s spacecraft named “Galileo” had probably a death plunge through the cloud tops of the mysterious gas giant, Jupiter. However, it flashed or radioed back tantalizing data whatever it could gather. NASA now is making a fresh...
The Voyager 2 image above shows Jupiter from the equator to the southern polar latitudes including the Great Red Spot, a storm that has been spinning like a cyclone for hundreds of years. NASA's Juno spacecraft is set to launch... Read Post
NASA's solar-powered Juno spacecraft lifted off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on Aug. 5, 2011 to begin a five-year journey to Jupiter. Juno's detailed study of the largest planet in our solar system will help reve... Read Post
NASA's Juno spacecraft is currently undergoing environmental testing at Lockheed Martin Space Systems near Denver. The solar-powered Juno spacecraft will orbit Jupiter's poles 33 times to find out more about the gas giant's origins,... Read Post