Jupiter Science Foundation

Jupiter Science Foundation

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About JSF

The Jupiter Science Foundation (JSF) is an educational, non-profit institution aimed at expanding our knowledge and appreciation of the solar system and the Earth’s place in it. With a special focus on the planet Jupiter and its relation to the solar system, we aim to inform students of every age about the fascinating universe we live in and are a part of. Pursuing greater and new knowledge can help us better understand how we ought to treat our world.

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The New Frontiers program of NASA has held a lottery that would determine how the agency would focus…

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Jupiter is known for its multiple stripes of different colors and is also famous for its Great Red…

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There is evidence that water exists in the moon. The 1990s brought to light the existence of water…

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KELT-11b was considered to be one of the largest objects known, and it’s about 40 percent wider than…

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The United Kingdom is preparing a recollection of sorts of the history of the Moon campaigns, starting with…

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Milan is the chosen venue for a conference organized by Earth Observation where over 4,500 delegates and the…

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There is no doubt in the fact that the universe is vast. While it is physically impossible to…

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Jupiter’s first moons were discovered by Italian scientist Galileo Galilei in 1610. However, more and more moons have…

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