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Look: NASA reveals the closest images we’ve ever seen of Jupiter

  • Michael Tabb
By Michael Tabb

Video journalist

Published This article is more than 2 years old.

More than 300 million miles from Earth, the images NASA’s Juno probe is beaming back of Jupiter are from closer up than any previous mission to the gas giant. But it’s what comes next that scientists are excited about.

In this video, principal investigator Scott Bolton tells Quartz what his team hopes to learn as the craft orbits the fifth planet from the sun.

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