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The Juno spacecraft just recorded these creepy sounds around Jupiter - ScienceAlert

The Juno spacecraft just recorded these creepy sounds around Jupiter - ScienceAlert

LISTEN: Jupiter's Eerie 'Roar' as Juno Spacecraft Enters Gas Giant's Magnetic Field --"Strongest in Solar System" - The Daily Galaxy --Great Discoveries Channel

LISTEN: Jupiter's Eerie 'Roar' as Juno Spacecraft Enters Gas Giant's Magnetic Field --"Strongest in Solar System" - The Daily Galaxy --Great Discoveries Channel

NASA's $1 billion Jupiter probe just sent back breathtaking new images of the gas giant

NASA's $1 billion Jupiter probe just sent back breathtaking new images of the gas giant

Stunning new photos of Jupiter were just released by NASA - Business Insider

NASA's $1 billion Jupiter probe just sent back breathtaking new images of the gas giant

Stunning new photos of Jupiter were just released by NASA - Business Insider

It’s Been 10 Years Since These 5 Bright Planets Aligned - http://www.outoftheboxscience.com/space/its-been-10-years-since-these-5-bright-planets-aligned/

It’s Been 10 Years Since These 5 Bright Planets Aligned - http://www.outoftheboxscience.com/space/its-been-10-years-since-these-5-bright-planets-aligned/

The size of North America in comparison to Jupiter.  Image: John Brady/Astronomy Central #sciencealert #space #wow by sciencealert

The size of North America in comparison to Jupiter. Image: John Brady/Astronomy Central #sciencealert #space #wow by sciencealert

Fifteen-year-old Tom Wagg first spotted the Jupiter-size exoplanet two years ago. Further observations have now confirmed the existence of WASP-142b, which lies about 1,000 light-years from Earth.

Fifteen-year-old Tom Wagg first spotted the Jupiter-size exoplanet two years ago. Further observations have now confirmed the existence of WASP-142b, which lies about 1,000 light-years from Earth.

In these final days of June 2015, the two brightest planets in the night sky are putting on one hell of a show. For skywatchers here on Earth, Venus and Jupiter have steadily been drawing closer together since the start of the month, and will appear to converge completely on June 30, resembling one super-bright planet in the night sky. It's the closest the two planets will appear to us until August 2016. (Click for more)

In these final days of June 2015, the two brightest planets in the night sky are putting on one hell of a show. For skywatchers here on Earth, Venus and Jupiter have steadily been drawing closer together since the start of the month, and will appear to converge completely on June 30, resembling one super-bright planet in the night sky. It's the closest the two planets will appear to us until August 2016. (Click for more)

While creating environmental conditions similar to those inside of Jupiter and Saturn, scientists successfully bonded helium with sodium

While creating environmental conditions similar to those inside of Jupiter and Saturn, scientists successfully bonded helium with sodium

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