Jupiter’s magnetic field is more complex in the northern hemisphere and its North-South asymmetry is likely due to interior structure
Jupiter produces lightning at multiple wavelengths, similar to the lightning we experience on Earth.
Unlike particles observed by Galileo Probe 20 years ago, Juno discovered a new radiation belt resting just above Jupiter’s atmosphere.
Scientists discovered that the depth of Jupiter’s atmospheric jet streams span far deeper than they imagined.
Juno infrared observations of the Jovian aurora surprised scientists by showing mysterious new details related to Jupiter’s volcanic moon Io.