NASA Science Live: Juno Spacecraft Makes Historic Flybys of Jupiter’s Moons


NASA’s Juno spacecraft has been in orbit around Jupiter for almost eight years, offering it the unique opportunity to make close flybys of two of the planet’s intriguing moons, volcanic Io and icy Europa.

Join NASA experts Thursday, March 7, as we delve into these enigmatic worlds to learn how scientists are unraveling their secrets. From Io’s tumultuous volcanic activity to Europa’s ice-covered ocean depths, discover the latest findings from the Juno spacecraft.

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