Jupiter, Florida's Caroline Sans -- aka Sur Back -- is set to drop her new Kitsch EP this Friday, but you can stream the whole thing now: it's a self-assured debut featuring 4 tracks of dreamy, vibrantly produced art-pop, including a newly remastered version of the aforementioned stunner "Trophy Daughter" that sounds particularly massive... Continue reading…
Check out some seriously "Empressive" cosplay based on properties co-created by Mark Millar, including "Kick-Ass," "Jupiter's Legacy" and more.
Mark Millar and Frank Quitely's "Jupiter's Legacy 2" #1 "is a simple, action-packed treat... without any twists or distractions."
Three hundred and sixty five million miles away sits a cloud of gas so large it weighs more than Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune combined. It’s so powerful it’s been accused of slinging entire planets into the sun, and so ancient it could hold the key to the origin of Earth. Read more...
"Grayson" & "Deathstroke" get annuals, "Captain Marvel" feels the effects of "Civil War II," Millar & Quitely's "Jupiter's Legacy" returns & more!
Launched from Earth in August 2011, the Juno probe is due to arrive at Jupiter on July 4, 2016. Once there, it will circle Jupiter 37 times, observing its atmosphere and magnetic fields, before plunging into the giant planet so as not to contaminate Europa with microbes. Juno's principal goal is to understand the origin and evolution of Jupiter. Show More Summary
Three Lego figures are about to get closer to Jupiter than humanity has ever been. The Legos—representations of Galileo and the Roman gods Jupiter and Juno made out of "spacecraft-grade" aluminum—are aboard NASA's Juno probe, which is scheduled to enter Jupiter's orbit July 4, the New York Times...
The Best Shots crew has a pair of advance reviews for this week's big books.
Launched in 1977, the Voyager 1 and 2 are still exploring interstellar space today. Both probes have flown by Jupiter and Saturn while the Voyager 2 has made its way to Uranus and Neptune too. The Voyager space program has traveled further in space than anything ever has and serves as a wonderful reminder of how much farther we can go. Show More Summary
The New Moon is Monday July 4. Earth at aphelion July 5. Jupiter is visible most of the evening. Mars and Saturn are visible all night long. Saturn is close to the red star Antares and forms a triangle with Mars. Mercury and Venus are lost in the twilight. Show More Summary
Michael Gartenberg has covered the personal technology beat for more than two decades at places like Gartner, Jupiter Research and Altimeter Group. Most recently, he spent a few years at Apple as Sr. Director of Worldwide Product Marketing. / /-->/ /-->/ A...Show More Summary
On July 4th, NASA’s Juno spacecraft will arrive in orbit around Jupiter for a new scientific mission that seeks to solve the decades-long mystery of what lies beneath the gas giant’s swirling cloud tops. As the latest stunning image from the spacecraft’s approach shows, we’re getting really fucking close. Read more...
Experiments on Earth reveal a new state of hydrogen that doesn’t reflect or absorb light – which could explain how planets like Jupiter cooled after formation
The spacecraft is to orbit the largest planet in the solar system, perhaps gaining insight into the origin of Earth.
As it closes in on its research target, NASA probe Juno has sent back a photograph of Jupiter and four of its moons.
On July 4, 2016, NASA’s Juno spacecraft will arrive to study Jupiter after a trip of nearly two billion miles.
In advance of the arrival of NASA’s Juno spacecraft at Jupiter on July 4, scientists have released incredible new images of the planet.
Like any tourist, Juno is sending back snaps of its journey. The unmanned spacecraft was 6.8 million mi (10.9 million km) from Jupiter when it captured an image of the banded giant planet and its four largest moons, Io, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto on June 21. Show More Summary
A team led by Leigh Fletcher of the University of Leicester in the United Kingdom are presenting new images of Jupiter at the UK's Royal Astronomical Society's National Astronomy Meeting in Nottingham. read more
NASA's mission to explore the Jovian system has almost reached its destination, and telescopes on Earth are capturing some especially fiery images of the planet to help.