Status Report

Bizzare New Sights and Sounds of Jupiter from NASA

By SpaceRef Editor
December 30, 2000
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Fresh images and video clips of Jupiter, along with newly
recorded, bizarre “sounds of Jupiter,” acquired by NASA’s Cassini
and Galileo spacecraft, are available today at the following

NASA’s Saturn-bound Cassini spacecraft flew past Jupiter
early this morning, temporarily teaming up for joint observations
with sibling spacecraft Galileo, which has been in orbit around
the giant planet since December 1995. Together, the two
spacecraft have been observing Jupiter’s huge magnetic
environment, the planet’s atmosphere, rings and moons.

Both missions are managed by NASA’s Jet Propulsion
Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., for NASA’s Office of Space Science,
Washington, D.C.

SpaceRef staff editor.