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NASA's Juno Spacecraft Spots Jupiter's Great Red Spot

Images of Jupiters Great Red Spot reveal a tangle of dark, veinous clouds weaving their way through a massive crimson oval.

SOP newswire3NASA Selects Proposals to Study Sun, Space Environment - NASA has selected nine proposals under its Explorers Program that will return transformational science about the Sun and space environment.
SOP newswire3New Clues to Universe Structure Revealed - What is our universe made of, and has its composition changed over time?
SOP newswire3NASA's Juno Spacecraft Spots Jupiter's Great Red Spot - Images of Jupiters Great Red Spot reveal a tangle of dark, veinous clouds weaving their way through a massive crimson oval.
SOP newswire3Holograms Might Help Search for Alien Life - If a space probe detected microbial life on another planet, would scientists know it when they saw it?
Ron G AnselmIs it True The Red Planet Mars Has Rings? - The Red Planet Mars may once have had Rings Surrounding its Outer Body that disappeared and is projected to Reappear Once again
SOP newswire3Earth-Sized Tatooine Planets Could Be Habitable - With two suns in its sky, Luke Skywalker's home planet Tatooine in Star Wars looks like a parched, sandy desert world. In real life, thanks to observatories such as NASA's Kepler space telescope, we know that two-star systems can indeed support planets.
SOP newswire3NASA Orbiter Steers Clear of Mars Moon Phobos - NASA's MAVEN spacecraft performed a previously unscheduled maneuver this week to avoid a collision in the near future with Mars' moon Phobos.
SOP newswire3NuSTAR Spots Temperature Swings of Black Hole Winds - For the first time, scientists have measured rapidly varying temperatures in hot gas emanating from around a black hole.
SOP newswire3The NASA Imager Dentists Use Daily - When sitting in the dentist's chair, few patients think of NASA. But the space agency is there nonetheless, in the sensor that enables high-resolution, digital X-ray imagery that helps the dentist spot problems.
SOP newswire3Mars Rover Curiosity Examines Possible Mud Cracks - Scientists used NASA's Curiosity Mars rover in recent weeks to examine slabs of rock cross-hatched with shallow ridges that likely originated as cracks in drying mud.
Ron G AnselmMysterious Lights and Other Matters leave Scientists Baffled - There are tons of things you can learn from science. Not only our local world but science and space, environment, astronomy, physics, and the vast list goes on.
Ron G AnselmNASA's Curiosity Rover Stumbles Across Boron Lying on the Martian Surface - Mars is as mysterious a planet as the Chicago Cubs recently winning the World Series. Astronomers for many years doubted that Mars could become our next planet we could very well have to not want to relocate to.
Ron G AnselmHabitable Neighbor Planet Living Next Door to Us? - NASA has been exploring Mars and heading in the direction that the red planet could be our next planet we relocate to if we ever have to but also has been exploring just about anything out there that could potentially be another place we can in the future call home.
SOP newswire3NASA's NEOWISE Mission Spies One Comet, Maybe Two - NASA rocks!
SOP newswire3NASA Releases New, Detailed Greenland Glacier Data - As glaciers break off, melt and retreat, they generally speed up. That makes them stretch out and causes their top surfaces to drop lower. By observing how Greenland glaciers' heights change throughout the five-year OMG campaign, scientists will be able to infer how the volume of ice in the glaciers is changing.
SOP newswire3Meet a Spacecraft Dressmaker - Lien Pham sometimes thinks of herself as a spacecraft dressmaker.
SOP newswire3Small Troughs Growing on Mars May Become 'Spiders' - Erosion-carved troughs that grow and branch during multiple Martian years may be infant versions of larger features known as Martian spiders, which are radially patterned channels found only in the south polar region of Mars.
SOP newswire3Are planets like those in 'Star Wars: Rogue One' really out there? - In the Star Wars universe, ice, ocean and desert planets burst from the darkness as your ship drops out of light speed. But these worlds might be more than just science fiction.
SOP newswire3NASA to Launch Fleet of Hurricane-Tracking SmallSats - NASA is set to launch its first Earth science small satellite constellation, which will help improve hurricane intensity, track and storm surge forecasts, on Dec. 12 from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.
SOP newswire3NASA Selects Launch Services for Global Surface Water Survey Mission - NASA has selected Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) of Hawthorne, California, to provide launch services for the agency's Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) mission. Launch is targeted for April 2021 on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Space Launch Complex 4E at Vandenberg Air Force Base in California.
SOP newswire3Faint F Ring and Prometheus - Surface features are visible on Saturn's moon Prometheus in this view from NASA's Cassini spacecraft. Most of Cassini's images of Prometheus are too distant to resolve individual craters, making views like this a rare treat.
SOP newswire3NASA Saturn Mission Prepares for 'Ring-Grazing Orbits' - A thrilling ride is about to begin for NASA's Cassini spacecraft. Engineers have been pumping up the spacecraft's orbit around Saturn this year to increase its tilt with respect to the planet's equator and rings. And on Nov. 30, following a gravitational nudge from Saturn's moon Titan, Cassini will enter the first phase of the mission's dramatic endgame.
SOP newswire3Mars Ice Deposit Holds as Much Water as Lake Superior - Frozen beneath a region of cracked and pitted plains on Mars lies about as much water as what's in Lake Superior, largest of the Great Lakes, researchers using NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter have determined.
SOP newswire3NASA Microthrusters Achieve Success on ESA's LISA Pathfinder - A next-generation technology demonstration mission has just passed a big milestone.
SOP newswire3Building Blocks of Life's Building Blocks Come From Starlight - Life exists in a myriad of wondrous forms, but if you break any organism down to its most basic parts, it`s all the same stuff: carbon atoms connected to hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and other elements. But how these fundamental substances are created in space has been a longstanding mystery.
SOP newswire3Microbes in Space: JPL Researcher Explores Tiny Life - On May 11, a sealed capsule containing fungi and bacteria fell from the sky and splashed down in the Pacific Ocean. Microbiologist Kasthuri Venkateswaran could hardly wait to see what was inside it.
SOP newswire3UN Marks 55th Anniversary of First Human Flight into Outer Space - The United Nations today observed the International Day of Human Space Flight to celebrate the 55th anniversary of the first human space flight, which ushered in the beginning of the space era for mankind.
Ron G AnselmFalling Through the Center of the Earth? LA to Japan in Forty-Two Minutes - Believe it or not this has been a big question posing to most Physics students for many years and it has been studied not physically but on paper and with many late night burning the midnight oil college students at schools around the world.
SOP newswire3NASA, Japan Make ASTER Earth Data Available At No Cost - Beginning today, all Earth imagery from a prolific Japanese remote sensing instrument operating aboard NASA's Terra spacecraft since late 1999 is now available to users everywhere at no cost.
SOP newswire3A Half-Enceladus - This half-lit view of Enceladus bears a passing resemblance to similar views of Earth's own natural satellite, but the similarities end there.
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