In the featured Juno photograph, an optical flash was captured in a large cloud vortex near Jupiter’s north pole.
Former NASA astronaut Scott Kelly snapped this photo of the Earth’s crescent, the Moon, Venus, and Jupiter (from top to bottom) on Aug. 6, 2015, while he
NASA’s Juno mission captured this infrared view of Jupiter’s volcanic moon Io, when the spacecraft was about 50,000 miles (80,000 kilometers) away.
The James Webb Space Telescope just captured stunning new views of Jupiter’s glowing auroras.
May 2-6, 2022, was Teacher Appreciation Week. At NASA, we know the importance of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) education, and we provide lesson plans and
Orbiting the nearby star Epsilon Eridani, located 10.5 light-years away, the Jupiter-mass planet in this artist’s concept, is the closest known exoplanet to our solar system.
It’s happening. Saturn and Jupiter are moving closer and will soon appear in almost exactly the same direction.
Radiation from Jupiter makes its moon Europa, to glow.
This video uses images from NASA’s Juno mission to recreate what it might have looked like to ride along with the Juno spacecraft as it performed its
Cyclones at the north pole of Jupiter appear as swirls of striking colors in this extreme false color rendering of an image from NASA’s Juno mission.