NASA’s Juno makes closest visit to Ganymede, Jupiter’s largest moon in 20 years

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GanymedeGet ready to get close.

No probe has had a good view of Jupiter’s largest moons since 2000, when NASA Galileo spaceship Beyond the alien world, it is the largest moon in the entire solar system. But on Monday, June 7, at 1:35 p.m. EDT (5:35 p.m. GMT), NASA Juno The spacecraft will fly 1,038 kilometers (645 miles) above Ganymede’s surface, collecting a large number of scenes.





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