We Finally Know What The Interior Of Jupiter Looks Like
When you spend almost more than $1 billion on a beautiful spacecraft, it can be a very nervous wait to see if everything actually pays off. But if and when it does, the results can be rather glorious. And NASA’s Juno spacecraft has just paid off in a huge way. One of the major goals of the Juno mission, which began in July 2016 when the probe entered orbit around Jupiter, has been to study the interior of this fascinating gas giant. We can see its amazing cloud tops, sure, but we really didn’t know what’s going on inside.