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For the first time, NASA activated a tool designed to discover planets many light years away on an object in the solar system, in a study of the winds of Jupiter
Io is a raging volcanic world. NASA researchers are specifically looking at a "hot spot" observed by several spacecraft orbiting Jupiter that has grown from snapshot to snapshot
Researchers have discovered that the Juno spacecraft often encounters giant swirling waves at the boundary between the solar wind and Jupiter's magnetosphere
Observations from the Juno spacecraft's flyby of the fair moon have provided the first close-up in more than two decades of this ocean world, resulting in stunning images and unique science
They are powerful, they are the size of Australia and no one imagined them until a few years ago - what is the secret of the storms at the poles of the largest planet in the solar system?
For the past five years it has been circling Tzedek and transmitting to Israel a huge amount of photographs and information related to Tzedek. Since it has a large supply of fuel left, there are those who are thinking of extending its stay around Tedek. The intention is to study the large moons of the planet Io, Europa and Ganymede as well as the rings of Jupiter
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