Amateur astronomers reported large sections, some of which bigger than 10,000 kilometers, detach from Jupiter's Great Red Spot every week. The storm has been raging for at least 350 years is shrinking steadily.
Space May 29, 2019
New readings made by the Juno spacecraft revealed small but distinct changes in the magnetic field of Jupiter. NASA scientists explained that the shifts are caused by the planet's atmospheric winds in the deep atmosphere.
Space May 21, 2019
Jupiter Marble, a reference to the classic Earth photo dubbed Blue Marble, shows the swirling clouds and storms of the gas giant. The photo was captured by the Juno spacecraft which has been studying Jupiter since 2016.
Space March 24, 2019
A citizen scientist enhanced a new photo of Jupiter to highlight swirls of clouds surrounding a circular storm. Spacecraft Juno took the said image during its most recent flyby of the gas giant.
Space February 28, 2019
A research conducted using telescopes on Earth found chemical signatures of water in the Great Red Spot, a raging storm. Scientists estimate that the giant planet has two to nine times more oxygen than the Sun.
Space August 31, 2018
The NASA Juno spacecraft may have spotted a hidden volcano on Io, one of the dozens of moons of Jupiter. NASA is expecting more clues on the previously undiscovered heat source from the space probe's next flyby.
Space July 15, 2018
NASA released video of the massive storms found in Jupiter's north pole. The video provides a 3D flyover of the storms that were captured using infrared imaging.
Space April 13, 2018
The Juno spacecraft of NASA, which may see its two-year mission extended, took a sequence of time-lapse photos of Jupiter. The images show a rarely seen side of the planet, namely its blue south pole.
Space February 24, 2018
A photo taken recently by NASA’s Juno spacecraft shows Jupiter’s clouds in their otherworldly beauty. It serves as one of the many reminders that the universe is a mysterious and majestic place.
Space December 2, 2017
NASA’s Juno has successfully completed its flyby of Jupiter, but it took a while for Earth to receive the data. The probe needed to maintain its silence to protect its information from the effects of solar conjunction.
Space November 6, 2017
The breathtaking new images from Juno spacecraft reveal the richness and depth of Jupiter's ancient and mysterious past that would either confirm or debunk the theories about the planet's origin and composition.
Space March 30, 2017
NASA’s Juno spacecraft has completed yet another successful close flyby of Jupiter, it took grand images and added new data. The mission was able to probe the gravity rich interiors in the close buzz by hovering above the gas giant’s cloud top.
Space December 17, 2016
NASA's Juno Jupiter spacecraft had shifted to safe mode just hours before it was supposed to make a closer approach to the planet. Safe mode implies the spacecraft will be in a cautious mode and would not pick up any scientific data.
Space October 21, 2016
NASA's Juno spacecraft has captured images of Jupiter's north pole. The photographs showed storm systems and weather activities that scientists have not seen in other gas giants in the Solar System.
Space September 5, 2016
NASA's Jupiter probe Juno captured the first photos of the gas giant using the visible-light camera Junocam. An image released Tuesday shows Jupiter and the planet's three biggest moons.
Space July 13, 2016
Jupiter has been visited by spacecraft six times prior to the upcoming arrival of Juno on July 4. What did these missions teach us about the largest planet in the solar system?
Space June 30, 2016
The first of the two trajectory adjustments of the Juno spacecraft was executed to adjust its flight plan and set the stage for its arrival in Jupiter this July. What will the much-awaited Jupiter flyby reveal about the gas giant?
Space February 6, 2016
The spacecraft Juno, which is on a mission to study Jupiter, broke the distance record to become the furthest traveling solar-powered probe in space.
Space January 14, 2016
Winter Storm Juno affects blood donations in New York. City officials and New York Blood Center urges New Yorkers to come forward and make a blood donation.
Life January 29, 2015
A man staying at the Charlesmark Hotel captured a now viral photo of a man shoveling snow off the Boston Marathon finish line. After tweeting the photo, users began to use the hashtag #whoshoveledthefinishline to find the mystery man and celebrate his heroic deed.
Internet Culture January 28, 2015
Thanks to the blizzard, many of us are working from home over the next few days. You can still be productive from the comfort of your home with these work from home tips.
Feature January 27, 2015
Beautiful, eerie, and hilarious images all about the historic East Coast #Blizzardof2015 are popping up all over the Internet.
Internet Culture January 27, 2015
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