Jupiter is at maximum brilliancy, reflecting the greatest amount of sunlight straight back to us, and it's also visible all night, rising at sunset and setting at sunrise.
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By: Mike Wall
Published: 04/05/2013 04:19 PM EDT on SPACE.com
The hundreds of volcanoes on Jupiter's moon Io aren't where they're supposed to be, ...
By: SPACE.com Staff
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The European Space Agency will launch a deep-space mission to explore the icy ...
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