Juno took the photo 8,000 miles from the cloud tops during its 18th close flyby of Jupiter on February 12. Overall, 32 flybys are planned, so Juno is just beginning the second half of its flybys.
A team of space scientists has captured new images of a volcanic plume on Jupiter’s moon Io on Dec. 21, during winter solstice, four of Juno’s cameras captured images of the Jovian moon Io, the most volcanic body in our solar system.
The asteroid, currently nestling in Jupiter's orbit, is the first known asteroid to have been captured from another star system.
Citing data collected by NASA's Galileo probe more than two decades ago, scientists report that giant jets of water are spouting more than 100 miles off Jupiter moon Eupora's surface.
A new study presents the first physical evidence that the Venus’ and Jupiter’s gravity can cause shifts in Earth’s orbit—and swings in its climate—every 405,000 years.
In this animation the viewer is taken low over Jupiter’s north pole to illustrate the 3-D aspects of the region’s central cyclone and the eight cyclones that encircle it.
At the north pole of Jupiter eight storms are arranged around a single polar cyclone. In the south, one storm is encircled by five others.
Scientists have detected a powerful X-ray aurora hotspot near Jupiter's south pole and it does not behave how they expected.
Pictures of Jupiter's most powerful storm, have been transmitted to Earth, giving eager scientist close-up views of the 10,000-mile-wide anticyclone where winds have been howling for at least 187 years.
A new study suggests that the early Solar System was quickly divided in two, with the rapidly forming Jupiter creating the dividing line.
NASA is releasing Juno’s first scientific results and Jupiter appears a lot weirder than anyone thought it would be.