Juno Shows What’s Going On Beneath Jupiter’s Clouds

Jupiter may be one of the most recognizable sights in the solar system, but it still manages to surprise us. (And not just the everyday folks unfamiliar with its nighttime appearances.) With NASA’s Juno probe in orbit around the gas giant, we’re seeing a new side to the planet, answering some questions but raising others. The latest came out last week at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly in Vienna, Austria, where researchers showed off twisty patterns of the north pole, the
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