NASA's Juno probe made a close approach of Jupiter's moon Europa, finding possible proof of present day surface activity.
A Very Large Telescope instrument designed to study exoplanets has turned its focus to our own cosmic neighborhood to measure Jupiter's wind speeds.
NASA's Juno spacecraft will come closer to Jupiter's moon Io on Dec. 30 than any spacecraft has in 20 years, getting a good look at the solar system's most volcanic body.
The spacecraft recently burned 10 percent of its total fuel in a single 43-minute maneuver as preparation for the double gravity assist.
Jupiter's moon Io, the most volcanically active world in the solar system, may possess a global ocean of magma underneath its surface, as well as mysteriously warm poles, a new study finds.
NASA's Juno spacecraft has found that Jupiter's winds whip around the planet's turbulent atmosphere cylindrically.
NASA's Juno spacecraft photographed Jupiter's moon Io during an Oct. 15 flyby, showing its tortured, volcanically-active surface.
NASA’s Juno spacecraft snapped a new view of Jupiter and its volcanic moon, Io, on July 30, revealing striking characteristics of the duo.
Reference Jupiter's Great Red Spot is the largest storm in the solar system and has been raging for hundreds of years. We explore the phenomenon in more detail here.
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