Juno News Archive
Juno News Archive
NASA Telescope Spots Highest-Energy Light Ever Detected From Jupiter
Feb 10, 2022 – The planet’s auroras are known to produce low-energy X-ray light. A new study finally reveals higher-frequency X-rays and explains why they eluded another mission 30 years ago.
NASA’s Juno Spacecraft ‘Hears’ Jupiter’s Moon
Dec 17, 2021 – An audio track collected during Jupiter mission’s Ganymede flyby offers a dramatic ride-along. It is one of the highlights mission scientists shared in a briefing at American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting.
NASA to Highlight New Science Findings, Missions During AGU Meeting
Dec 6, 2021 – NASA researchers and colleagues from around the world will present the latest findings on a range of Earth and space science topics at the annual American Geophysical Union (AGU) meeting, being held virtually and in New Orleans from Monday, Dec.13, through Friday, Dec. 17.
NASA’s Juno: Science Results Offer First 3D View of Jupiter Atmosphere
Oct 28, 2021 – New findings from NASA’s Juno probe orbiting Jupiter provide a fuller picture of how the planet’s distinctive and colorful atmospheric features offer clues about the unseen processes below its clouds.
NASA to Host Briefing to Reveal New Findings from Jupiter’s Atmosphere
Oct 25, 2021 – NASA will hold a virtual media briefing at 3 p.m. EDT Thursday, Oct. 28, to discuss the latest results from the agency’s Juno spacecraft.
NASA’s Juno Celebrates 10 Years With New Infrared View of Moon Ganymed
Aug 5, 2021 – The spacecraft used its infrared instrument during recent flybys of Jupiter’s mammoth moon to create this latest map, which comes out a decade after Juno’s launch.
10 Years Ago: Juno Launched to Observe Jupiter
Aug 5, 2021 – 10 Years Ago: Juno Launched to Observe Jupiter
Juno Joins Observatories to Solve “Energy Crisis” on Jupiter
Aug 4, 2021 – Jupiter’s intense aurora, the most powerful in the solar system, is responsible for heating the entire planet’s upper atmosphere to surprisingly high temperatures.
Juno Tunes into Jovian Radio Triggered by Jupiter’s Volcanic Moon
Jul 15, 2021 – By listening to the rain of electrons flowing onto Jupiter from its intensely volcanic moon Io, researchers using NASA’s Juno spacecraft have found what triggers powerful radio emissions within the planet’s magnetic field, illuminating the behavior of the enormous magnetic fields generated by gas-giant planets like Jupiter.
Ride With Juno As It Flies Past the Solar System’s Biggest Moon and Ju
Jul 14, 2021 – The probe flew closer to Jupiter’s largest moon, Ganymede, than any other spacecraft in more than two decades, offering dramatic glimpses of both the icy orb and the gas giant.