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The Juno spacecraft captured a new image of Jupiter

The Juno spacecraft captured a new image of Jupiter

Thanks for reading the news about the technology: Juno spacecraft shot a new picture of Jupiter and now with details

Cairo – Samia Saeed – NASA’s Juno spacecraft captured a scene from Earth that could not capture Jupiter because Jupiter’s orbit is outside Earth’s orbit, so any observer on our planet can only see Jupiter’s side. The sun.

According to the British newspaper “Daily Mail”, the scene contains seven pictures taken during the passing of Juno near Jupiter on January 12, 2022.


Juno reached Jupiter for the first time on July 4, 2016, after a five-year journey of 1.8 billion miles (2.8 billion km) from Earth.

No previous spacecraft has orbited this gas giant planet, although two have been sent through its atmosphere, and the spacecraft is expected to explore the composition of Jupiter’s atmosphere by 2025.

NASA also released a solo image of Juno, this time about Jupiter’s giant moon Canyme, the largest moon in our solar system, larger than Mercury.

Canymete is the only moon known to have a magnetic field that can cause auroras orbiting the Moon’s poles, and evidence suggests that Canymete may have hidden a sea of ​​liquid water beneath its icy surface.

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