In the May 27 SN: Genetic intruders, seeing Chaco in a new light, an artificial womb, Mars’ origin revisited, domestication of the horse, glimpsing Earth’s glacial past, what’s in a fang blenny’s bite and more.
LOOKING UP Data from NASA's Juno spacecraft are revealing new details of Jupiter, from the swirling cyclones at the planet's poles (south pole, shown) to its great white ovals, storms and stripes of gas.
NASA, SWRI, MSSS
FAR OUT TRAPPIST-1h (outermost magenta line) orbits its star in about 19 days, new observations show. The orbits of the system’s other six planets are shown in red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple.
FULL CIRCLE Saturn’s ring system is incredibly complex, as shown in this image taken by NASA’s Cassini spacecraft in 2013.