On July 4, 2016, our Juno spacecraft arrived at Jupiter on a mission to peer through the gas giant planet’s dense clouds and answer questions about the origins of our solar system. Since its arrival, Juno has provided scientists with a treasure trove of data about the planet’s origins, interior structures, atmosphere and magnetosphere. Juno is the first mission to observe Jupiter’s deep atmosphere and interior, and will continue to delight with dazzling views of the planet’s colorful clouds and Galilean moons. As it circles Jupiter, Juno provides critical knowledge for understanding the formation of our own solar system, the Jovian system and the role giant planets play in putting together planetary systems elsewhere.

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Image Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech


2016年7月4日,NASA的朱诺号航天器抵达木星任务是透过这颗气态巨行星的浓密云层,回答有关我们太阳起源的问题。自抵达以来,朱诺号为科学家提供了有关该行星的起源、内部结构、大气和磁层的宝贵数据。朱诺号是第一个观察木星深层气和内部的任务,它将继续让人们欣赏木星绚丽多彩层和伽利略卫星的迷人景色。在环绕木星的过程中,朱诺号为了解我们自己的太阳系木卫二系统的形成以及巨行星在形成其他行星系统中所扮演的角色提供了重要的知识。

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