NASA’s stunning Jupiter flight video (news).

November 26, 2020 | By | Reply More

Kevin M. Gill has created a stunning Jupiter fly-by video using data from the June 2020 Juno mission spacecraft’s instruments, giving us a pilot’s eye seat of what it would be like to buzz Jupiter.

Strap yourself in, space cadet, for a 2,100-mile high zoom-zoom-zoom over Jupiter’s cloud tops, before Jupiter’s monster gravity field boosts your speed to an eye-watering 130,000 mph.

By Jupiter! Juno space probe arrives at the big'un.

By Jupiter! Juno space probe arrives at the big’un.

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