After five years, Juno is showing us Jupiter as we've never seen it before
Juno is beginning to make headway in exploring Jupiter. Image: REUTERS/NASA/Tim Peake/Handout
Leigh FletcherRoyal Society Research Fellow, Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics Department, University of Oxford.
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