The gas giant is not only the biggest planet but also the oldest planet in the solar system.
Astronomers discovered a new gas giant exoplanet that is three times larger than the Jupiter.
Despite its superficial resemblance to the Earth, the planet HD 189733b is actually a pretty hostile world that could kill a person in an instant.
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.
NASA's Juno spacecraft has adjusted its maneuvers and is heading toward Jupiter to study the gas giant's origin, structure and its atmosphere.
Hubble has captured the image of a rare spiral galaxy with intense radio jets spilling out of its center.
In a recent study, researchers in Australia found signs of dark noodle-like structures or 'lumps' that are floating in the Milk Way galaxy.
Scientists may have gotten a glimpse of what life is like on other planets.
Jupiter's Great Red Spot, the storm that whirls on the planet, is still shrinking. Researchers have collected new Jupiter images that reveal a bit more about what's happening on the gas giant.
Hot Jupiters, which are gas giants that orbit close to their star, largely remain mysterious. Now, they've found that these planets may only take a few million years to migrate close to their newly formed star.