NASA’s Juno spacecraft has entered Jupiter’s magnetosphere as it prepares to go into orbit around the gas giant July 4. “We’ve just crossed the boundary into Jupiter’s home turf,” Juno Principal Investigator Scott Bolton of the Southwest Research Institute said in a June 30 NASA announcement. “We’re closing in fast on the planet itself and already gaining valuable data.” Instruments aboard the probe detected the “bow shock” ...

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