Stop What You’Re Doing — Nasa Just Released A New Pic Of Jupiter!

Stop What You’Re Doing — Nasa Just Released A New Pic Of Jupiter!
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After travelling through space for the last five years, NASA’s spacecraft finally reached Jupiter on July 4. The mission’s goal, led by the spacecraft JunoCam, is to explore Jupiter and its four moons: Io, Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto. When Earth and Jupiter are at their closest point, we are still 365 million miles apart — which explains the lengthy travel time. Today, JunoCam transmitted its first batch of images after entering Jupiter’s orbit. Taken from about 2.7 million miles away, the photos show Jupiter’s famous Great Red Spot and three of its moons. JunoCam’s mission will continue to capture closer images of the planet, but these images indicate it’s capable of moving through the planet’s …

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