Time to explore Jupiter with some JUICE!🧃 #shorts
Our Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer, Juice, will make detailed observations of the giant gas planet and its three large ocean-bearing moons – Ganymede, Callisto and Europa – with a suite of remote sensing, geophysical and in situ instruments. The mission will characterise these moons as both planetary objects and possible habitats, explore Jupiter’s complex environment in depth, and study the wider Jupiter system as an archetype for gas giants across the Universe.
Juliet will be taking us to Jupiter and its moons in the coming weeks. So stay tuned for more!
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I love Jupiter! I can't wait until our future generations are able to take a round-trip by Jupiter, its moons, and make it home safely.
Can’t wait for it to become sentient and start talking about football 👍
Juice ME!!! LOL! Ju(Jupiter) ice(icy) M(moons) E(explorer)
Looking forward to the launch of Juice, and what it will find.
Safe flight JUICE! It's strange to think when it finally reaches Jupiter, the chances are I'll be long dead.
Doesn't this thing test to see if there is methane coming out of Europa as a possible sign of life? If so isn't that a bit stup id? Methane is found in a lot of places that have no life throughout the solar system (Pluto, Titan…)
i dont get what u r saying…
Perhaps when Thiel struck the Earth Ganymeade broke off at the Mariana Trench and was captured by Jupiter. The dark side of Ganymeade is the same age as the earth. the moon of the Earth was also formed at this time based on studies of moon rocks. Just saying