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Amateur astronomers’ serendipitous discovery
Amateur astronomers taking part in the DeTeCt program spotted a rapid flash of light at Jupiter's surface.
Great times for naked eye observing: Jupiter at opposition and more
Watch out for the Solar System’ giants this week! Jupiter reaches opposition, making it appear at its largest and brightest.
News from the Juno mission: Io and Ganymede
Io and Ganymede, two of Jupiter's many moons, have been observed and listened to by the Juno spacecraft, with some fascinating insights at stake.
Amazing Images of Jupiter at Different Wavelengths
Images of Jupiter taken by the Hubble Space Telescope and the Gemini observatory reveal details about the giant planet’s stormy atmosphere.
This year's Christmas Star - The Jupiter-Saturn conjunction
On December the 21st, Jupiter and Saturn will have their closest great conjunction of the past 397 years. For that we have a special treat lined up for you … read on to find out!