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Jupiter’s largest moon revealed in stunning detail in first close-up images in 20 years – Livescience.com

The researchers plan to scour the photos for details on the moon’s composition and hints about what may have changed about it…

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Swooping low over Jupiter’s largest moon, Ganymede, NASA’s Juno probe has snapped the first close-up photographs of the frozen giant in more than two decades and they’re breathtaking. 
Juno zoomed as close as 645 miles (1,038 kilometers) from the icy surface…

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