Juno will fly a mere 9,000 km above Jupiter’s Great Red Spot

Juno spacecraft illustration

STORM CHASING IN SPACE On July 10, the NASA spacecraft Juno (as seen in this artist’s concept) will snap the closest-ever images of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot.


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