NASA delays Juno spacecraft’s retirement after detecting mysterious radio waves

The Juno spacecraft, orbiting Jupiter since 2016, has a new lease on life, thanks to NASA. This robotic explorer is now due to continue its mission, at least until September 2025. A mission extension recently granted by NASA extends the Juno program means the spacecraft will continue to gather science about the largest planet in […]

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