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Astronomers are shocked by the stunning images captured by the Juno mission


JUNO, THE SPACECRAFT sent by NASA to Jupiter, has delivered its first images—and they are not what astronomers were expecting. These new views challenge long-held assumptions about our solar system’s largest planet, continuing the groundbreaking path plowed by several recent astronomical discoveries. Researchers involved with the mission say we are looking at “a whole new Jupiter.”

Jared Espley is the program scientist for Juno, handling communications among the mission team members. He has been involved with the project for more than a decade. Here, Espley talks about the new findings and why understanding Jupiter matters.

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