The Juno probe has just brushed with the clouds above the Great Red Spot of the giant planet.
The flyover of Juno over Jupiter's Great Spot will examine how the giant storm works and reveals what makes it special.
A scientist said that it is just like snowing on Jupiter because of the ammonia mixed with water in Jupiter's atmosphere.
Recent data sent back by NASA’s Juno mission has changed what scientists previously believed about Jupiter.
Jupiter is among the most mysterious things in the Solar System, and scientists are still studying its mysteries.
Juno mission completed its fifth flyby, and it reveals stunning images of Jupiter.
"The science will be just as spectacular as with our original plan." - Scott Bolton
Take a closer look at Jupiter's giant red storms.
The Juno mission has recently captured the seventh of Jupiter’s eight features that form a ‘string of pearls’ with the JunoCam present onboard the spacecraft.
Juno to get ready for a flyby, following in the steps of Pluto.
See Jupiter put up a smiley face.