NASA’s Juno spacecraft is about to make history when it flies by Jupiter on July 4th, giving scientists our best look yet at the eerie King of the Planets. But even before then, it’s returning some fascinating new information from the Jovian system. Take a listen to these sounds recorded by Juno as it entered Jupiter’s magnetic field on June 24, and tell me it doesn’t send shivers down your spine (in the best way).
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