Listen: Juno sends back eerie sounds from Jupiter’s magnetic field

Scientists will use the twin magnetometers aboard NASA's Juno spacecraft to gain a better understanding about how Jupiter's magnetic field is generated. (Image: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)

Lola Gayle, STEAM Register On June 30, NASA’s Juno spacecraft entered Jupiter’s magnetosphere after the mission team sent the command to switch the solar-powered, basketball court-sized spacecraft into autopilot mode. Once there, its science instruments detected changes in the particles and fields surrounding it as it passed from an environment dominated by the interplanetary solar wind…

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