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See 1st new images of Ganymede in over 20 years – EarthSky

NASA’s Juno spacecraft has sent back the first new images of Ganymede in over 20 years, showing the complex surface of Jupiter’s…

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View larger. | Wow! Stunning new view of Jupiter’s largest moon Ganymede, from the Juno flyby on June 7, 2021. Image via NASA/ JPL/ SwRI/ MSSS/ Kevin Gill/ Twitter.
The last time we saw Jupiter’s largest moon Ganymede up close was over two decades ago….

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