NASA has confirmed a 2011 launch date for its Jupiter-bound Juno spacecraft, equipped to probe the planet's "formation, evolution and structure". Artist's impression of Juno at Jupiter. Graphic: NASA Scott Bolton, Juno principal investigator from the Southwest Research Institute, explained: "Jupiter is the archetype of giant …
Water on Jupiter! Yay. Set the controls for the heart of the Sun
Way to go NASA - a bit further up Uranus.
After all, who really wants to know why or how Jupiter makes the "volcanoes" of Io go walkabout? Sic - eppure si muovono!
What is certain is that after this mission data rolls in, "we" will understand less than we ever did.
That would be quite an achievement of science.
Doesn't the Big Guy have a timeshare on Jupiter?
He will be less pleased at all the peering from NASA.
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