Pebbles and planetesimals pummeled the planet's early surface
And you thought this summer was hot
The lightning struck more than twice.
You can't see it—but Hubble can.
It starts orbiting the deadly planet in July
Short answer: It depends who you ask
Jupiter's moon is the best candidate for finding extraterrestrial life; here's how we're going to get there
But that's a pretty big 'if'
What could darken so much of an 80 million-square-mile storm?
This summer we'll get our closest ever look at the stormiest planet in the solar system
Our solar system's largest planet is a master of disguise.
The answer was blowing in the solar wind.
Flying telescope makes first successful such observation since the '70s
Except it's multi-million dollar instruments instead of plush toys.
The finding is good news for the search for intelligent alien life
On a semi-regular basis
Things haven't gone according to plan.
Researchers hope Juno could help shed light on why Jupiter's northern and southern lights behave differently.
A good week for space photography
Looking into a massive storm.
Marking a new space milestone
But it was gorgeous.
A portrait of the planet in high-resolution