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Ride along with Juno past Ganymede and Jupiter

18 Jul 2021, 12:00 UTC
Ride along with Juno past Ganymede and Jupiter NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory

The Juno spacecraft made its most recent flyby of the giant planet Jupiter on June 8, 2021. Shortly before its closest point to Jupiter – the 34th of the mission, or perijove 34 – Juno flew closer to Jupiter’s large moon Ganymede than any spacecraft has in more than two decades. On July 14, NASA released the beautiful video above. It lets you ride along with the Juno spacecraft on this most recent sweep past Ganymede and Jupiter.

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