Here's What NASA's Probe Saw When It Flew Past Jupiter's Moon Ganymede

Here s What NASA s Probe Saw When It Flew Past Jupiter s Moon Ganymede

NASA’s Jupiter-orbiting Juno spacecraft was able to capture new images of the moon Ganymede during a close flyby on Monday. The natural satellite, the biggest moon in the solar system, has an icy surface that covers an interior of rock and iron.


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