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NASA’s Juno probe beams back razor-sharp images of Jupiter’s moon Ganymede – CBS News

The Juno probe will make flybys of three of Jupiter’s moons thanks to a mission extension.

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Orbiting Jupiter, NASA’s Juno spacecraft streaked past Ganymede on Monday, beaming back the first close-up views of the largest moon in the solar system since the Galileo orbiter last flew past in 2000.
“This is the closest any spacecraft has come to this…

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