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Saturday, July 8, 2017

NASA's Juno spacecraft is about to peer into the depths of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot

Humankind has been ogling Jupiter’s Great Red Spot through our telescopes for more than 300 years. The Voyager and Galileo missions brought us closer to understanding where this 10,000-mile-wide storm comes from, but it’s still swirling with mysteries. Well, it better get ready for its close-up: Next week, NASA’s Juno spacecraft will come closer to the furious tempest than any spacecraft ever has before, hopefully solving some of those mysteries in the process.

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