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King of the Planets
The most massive planet in our solar system -- with dozens of moons and an enormous magnetic field -- Jupiter forms a kind of miniature solar system. It resembles a star in composition, but did not grow big enough to ignite. The planet's swirling cloud stripes are punctuated by massive storms such as the Great Red Spot, which has raged for hundreds of years.

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17 May 2007 New Horizons: Jupiter Closest Approach Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
15 May 2007 Tvashtar in Motion Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
10 May 2007 The PI's Perspective: Continuing Our Jovian Journey Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
1 May 2007 Pluto-Bound New Horizons Provides New Look at Jupiter System NASA Headquarters
5 Apr 2007 Capturing Callisto NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute
4 Apr 2007 Two Moons Meet over Jupiter Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
2 Apr 2007 Storm Spectra NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute
29 Mar 2007 Big Auroras on Jupiter Science@NASA
23 Mar 2007 LORRI Takes an Even Closer Look at the Little Red Spot Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
19 Mar 2007 A Look from LEISA Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
14 Mar 2007 The PI's Perspective: Downlink Initiated Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
5 Mar 2007 Underwater Probe to Explore Earth and Possibly Jupiter's Moon Southwest Research Institute
1 Mar 2007 Hubble Monitors Jupiter in Support of the New Horizons Flyby hubblesite.org
1 Mar 2007 Pluto-Bound New Horizons Spacecraft Gets a Boost from Jupiter Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
28 Feb 2007 Two Moons and a Storm Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
27 Feb 2007 Grand Theft Pluto NASA Headquarters
27 Feb 2007 The PI's Perspective: Picking up the Pace Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
23 Feb 2007 The PI's Perspective: Campaigning for Jupiter Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
21 Feb 2007 The PI's Perspective: Speeding to Zeus Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
8 Feb 2007 New Horizons Tracks the Solar Wind Southwest Research Institute
24 Jan 2007 The PI's Perspective: One Year Down, Eight to go, on the Road to Pluto. Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
18 Jan 2007 NASA Spacecraft en Route to Pluto Prepares for Jupiter Encounter NASA Headquarters
11 Jan 2007 Jupiter Encounter Begins Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
11 Oct 2006 Jupiter's Little Red Spot Growing Stronger NASA Headquarters
27 Sep 2006 Jupiter Ahoy! Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
 
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17 May 2007 New Horizons: Jupiter Closest Approach Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
15 May 2007 Tvashtar in Motion Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
10 May 2007 The PI's Perspective: Continuing Our Jovian Journey Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
1 May 2007 Pluto-Bound New Horizons Provides New Look at Jupiter System NASA Headquarters
5 Apr 2007 Capturing Callisto NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute
4 Apr 2007 Two Moons Meet over Jupiter Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
2 Apr 2007 Storm Spectra NASA/Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory/Southwest Research Institute
29 Mar 2007 Big Auroras on Jupiter Science@NASA
23 Mar 2007 LORRI Takes an Even Closer Look at the Little Red Spot Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
19 Mar 2007 A Look from LEISA Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
14 Mar 2007 The PI's Perspective: Downlink Initiated Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
5 Mar 2007 Underwater Probe to Explore Earth and Possibly Jupiter's Moon Southwest Research Institute
1 Mar 2007 Hubble Monitors Jupiter in Support of the New Horizons Flyby hubblesite.org
1 Mar 2007 Pluto-Bound New Horizons Spacecraft Gets a Boost from Jupiter Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
28 Feb 2007 Two Moons and a Storm Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
27 Feb 2007 Grand Theft Pluto NASA Headquarters
27 Feb 2007 The PI's Perspective: Picking up the Pace Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
23 Feb 2007 The PI's Perspective: Campaigning for Jupiter Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
21 Feb 2007 The PI's Perspective: Speeding to Zeus Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
8 Feb 2007 New Horizons Tracks the Solar Wind Southwest Research Institute
24 Jan 2007 The PI's Perspective: One Year Down, Eight to go, on the Road to Pluto. Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
18 Jan 2007 NASA Spacecraft en Route to Pluto Prepares for Jupiter Encounter NASA Headquarters
11 Jan 2007 Jupiter Encounter Begins Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
11 Oct 2006 Jupiter's Little Red Spot Growing Stronger NASA Headquarters
27 Sep 2006 Jupiter Ahoy! Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
 
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