When Juno spacecraft orbited Jupiter on August 27, 2016, the instrument on board captured spooky sounds from the planet's auroras.
Recently captured images of Jupiter by Juno reveals interesting details about the giant planet.
Juno spacecraft successfully complete's first-ever Jupiter flyby last Saturday, August 27 and will send stunning images and data in the next couple of days.
The Juno's spacecraft reaches the apojove on Sunday, according to NASA.
Know the schedule for Juno's entry into Jupiter in detail.
See the fiery image of Jupiter compiled from several photos.
Scientists discovered that beneath Jupiter's clouds are swirls of Ammonia.
NASA's Juno spacecraft has adjusted its maneuvers and is heading toward Jupiter to study the gas giant's origin, structure and its atmosphere.