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The Interior of Jupiter is Even Weirder Than We Thought

The Interior of Jupiter is Even Weirder Than We Thought

Data collected by NASA’s Juno Spacecraft gives us our clearest indication yet of what the interior of Jupiter looks like. Jupiter is a weird planet. It's beautiful and ...

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Two more moons in our solar system may hide life under icy crusts

Two more moons in our solar system may hide life under icy crusts

Jupiter’s moon Ganymede and Saturn’s moon Enceladus may both have oceans hidden under icy crusts, and both could harbor life.

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Jupiter’s Great Red Spot May Soon Disappear

Jupiter’s Great Red Spot May Soon Disappear

Jupiter’s distinctive and iconic great red spot, a centuries-old storm with wind speeds that can reach 425 mph, may disappear within the next 20 years or less.

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The Closest, Most Spectacular Look at Jupiter’s Great Red Spot Yet

The Closest, Most Spectacular Look at Jupiter’s Great Red Spot Yet

NASA’s spacecraft Juno recently passed directly over Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, and it sent back our best view of the storm yet.

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Juno reaches Jupiter, completing “the hardest thing NASA’s ever done”

Juno reaches Jupiter, completing “the hardest thing NASA’s ever done”

One of NASA’s most ambitious missions is underway, as Juno reaches Jupiter and its two-year survey of the planet begins.

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Forget Mars, we should send people to Europa

Forget Mars, we should send people to Europa

Researchers have discovered that the oceans of Europa are more like the oceans of Earth than previously thought.

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Video shows something massive hitting Jupiter

Video shows something massive hitting Jupiter

A recent video shows what is likely a comet or and asteroid hitting Jupiter. It’s a common occurrence, but not often caught on video.

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This what Europa would look like to the human eye

This what Europa would look like to the human eye

NASA has released a new series of images showing what Europa would look like to the human eye from near orbit.

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