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Juno Mission

A spacecraft designed to study Jupiter’s interior and atmosphere by orbiting from pole to pole. It will obtain precise measurements of the giant planet’s magnetic and gravitational fields, and peer deep into its turbulent clouds.

Featured Images

view of io from juno spacecraft, october 2023

Volcanoes Everywhere October 21, 2023

Infrared image shows volcanoes on Io, a moon of Jupiter

Hot Spots December 15, 2022

Juno spacecraft orbits Jupiter

Deep View March 5, 2022

Juno spacecraft view of Ganymede

Close Visit June 11, 2021

Juno at Jupiter

Keeping Track May 30, 2021

artist's concept of high-altitude lightning on jupiter

Stormy Giant April 6, 2021

Infrared view of Jupiter

Blazing Giant May 9, 2020

Jupiter's Great Red Spot

Shrinking Spot August 9, 2019

View of Jupiter's southern hemisphere from June, February 2019

Artistic Giant June 9, 2019

Cyclones at the north pole of Jupite

Cyclone Haven May 27, 2018

Juno view of the Great Red Spot; July 10, 2017

Red Eye July 16, 2017

Juno view of Jupiter's clouds

Jovian Swirls March 27, 2017

Cloud Stripes June 26, 2016

Radio Programs

Moon and Jupiter The “melty” center of giant Jupiter August 7, 2023

More Moon, Venus, Jupiter A closer look at some big moons February 22, 2023

Jupiter at Opposition III Big thunderstorms for a big planet September 26, 2022

Moon and Jupiter Changing the birthplace of a giant July 17, 2022

Jupiter at Conjunction A giant planet goes into hiding March 5, 2022

Zodiacal Light A pyramid of light before dawn September 8, 2021

Juno Arrives Celebrating five years at Jupiter July 4, 2021

Moon and Planets Rounding off Jupiter’s orbit May 30, 2021

Jupiter at Opposition II A big new storm joins the club July 13, 2020

Moon and Jupiter Smacking into a giant planet October 30, 2019

Moon and Jupiter Hefty storms for a hefty planet May 27, 2018

More Jupiter Getting rid of Jupiter’s red “eye” May 8, 2018

Moon and Jupiter Peering into the heart of a giant April 2, 2018

Moon and Jupiter Protection against a “dead zone” May 7, 2017