A cake maker creates a structurally accurate edible model of Jupiter that reveals the planet's layers with every slice.
By Jove! The Roman god Jupiter, his wife Juno, and third-wheel Galileo, all in Lego form, are en route to our solar system's largest planet.
Searching for clues to the origin and evolution of the solar system, NASA launches its solar-powered Juno probe on a five-year voyage to Jupiter, kicking off a $1.1 billion science mission.
On a five-year journey to Jupiter, the largest planet in our solar system, Juno will attempt to sleuth out some details of Jupiter's structure and origin.
NASA's solar-powered Juno spacecraft, centerpiece of a $1.1 billion mission to Jupiter, will spend a year orbiting the solar system's largest planet to study the formation and evolution of the solar system.
Astronomers around the world are aiming telescopes at Jupiter to study an Earth-size scar in the planet's atmosphere caused by a presumed comet or asteroid impact.
The mission is scheduled for 2011 and will take around five years to reach the solar system's largest planet.
Hubble Space Telescope, still undergoing checkout after a shuttle servicing mission in May, takes dramatic pictures of Jupiter that show remnants of a presumed impact.
An amateur astronomer has captured this image of a planet more than 500 million miles away--with his iPhone.
This story initially misstated how close the New Horizons probe got to Jupiter. It flew within 1.4 million miles of the planet.