NASA's Juno Mission

NASA's Juno Mission

@NASAJuno

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Exploring Jupiter to improve our understanding of the planet's origins and the formation of planetary systems. https://t.co/JiPbU9xbvc https://t.co/pWwmhgPcsz

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Joined on January 30, 2009
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @NASAJuno and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
9 days
Average replies
15
Average retweets
230
Average likes
896
Tweets with photos
65 / 100
Tweets with videos
25 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

4. globally and in category Science

15. in category Science

38. globally and in category Society

924. in category Society

Amateur astronomer Clyde Foster spied a new feature in Jupiter’s clouds…I captured a detailed look at “Clyde’s Spot” when I zoomed by just two days later. #CitizenScience for the win. See more: https://t.co/CGXeABnn7d JunoCam image processing by Kevin M. Gill https://t.co/Diz2MAo1Lt
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Amateur astronomer Clyde Foster spied a new feature in Jupiter’s clouds…I captured a detailed look at “Clyde’s Spot” when I zoomed by just two days later. #CitizenScience for the win. See more: https://t.co/CGXeABnn7d JunoCam image processing by Kevin M. Gill https://t.co/Diz2MAo1Lt

Racing stripes: Jupiter is huge, but makes a full rotation in just 10 hours. This creates powerful jet streams that divide its clouds into distinctive bands, as seen in this striking JunoCam image processed by citizen scientist David Marriott. Details: https://t.co/v71OOHdGj8 https://t.co/k1C5AWasdF

Racing stripes: Jupiter is huge, but makes a full rotation in just 10 hours. This creates powerful jet streams that divide its clouds into distinctive bands, as seen in this striking JunoCam image processed by citizen scientist David Marriott. Details: https://t.co/v71OOHdGj8 https://t.co/k1C5AWasdF

I’ve teamed up with @NASAHubble and the ground-based @GeminiObs observatory to probe the powerful storms on Jupiter, including the "radio light show" produced by lightning flashes up to three times more energetic than Earth's largest bolts. See more: https://t.co/w3SkTkHiZS https://t.co/jT7Ni5PqgJ
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I’ve teamed up with @NASAHubble and the ground-based @GeminiObs observatory to probe the powerful storms on Jupiter, including the "radio light show" produced by lightning flashes up to three times more energetic than Earth's largest bolts. See more: https://t.co/w3SkTkHiZS https://t.co/jT7Ni5PqgJ

A rose by any other name…🌹
This JunoCam image processed by Mary J. Murphy offers an especially colorful take on Jupiter’s Great Red Spot.
Details: https://t.co/ewDmpKf9MD https://t.co/760BMyR13v

A rose by any other name…🌹 This JunoCam image processed by Mary J. Murphy offers an especially colorful take on Jupiter’s Great Red Spot. Details: https://t.co/ewDmpKf9MD https://t.co/760BMyR13v

Also remembering the messages you sent that day, before I made my long journey to Jupiter. https://t.co/h8wobPUbS7

Remembering on this #EarthDay the last time I flew by our home planet, and how unique and beautiful it looks from afar. #EarthDayAtHome https://t.co/JzIIFw67x0

What I saw on my last close pass by Jupiter on April 10: the complex topography of the planet’s cloud tops. Details at: https://t.co/dTmEITOFIw

📸 Image processed by Kevin M. Gill https://t.co/LXUfnPWMTk

What I saw on my last close pass by Jupiter on April 10: the complex topography of the planet’s cloud tops. Details at: https://t.co/dTmEITOFIw 📸 Image processed by Kevin M. Gill https://t.co/LXUfnPWMTk

Happening now: I’m passing low over the cloud tops of Jupiter, as simulated here by the @nasa_eyes visualization. Current speed relative to Jupiter: 128,000 mph (206,000 kilometers per hour) and rising. Get the latest mission news at https://t.co/Y5VKDxs8yM. https://t.co/1WnPR10Z1j

Bring your colossal creativity to giant Jupiter! Download these new, free coloring pages inspired by JunoCam images: https://t.co/jSQTz9Rcpj

Be sure to tag us and use #ColorWithNASA so we see your creations.

📸 processed by Kevin M. Gill https://t.co/xqavxm7mpJ
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Bring your colossal creativity to giant Jupiter! Download these new, free coloring pages inspired by JunoCam images: https://t.co/jSQTz9Rcpj Be sure to tag us and use #ColorWithNASA so we see your creations. 📸 processed by Kevin M. Gill https://t.co/xqavxm7mpJ

The intriguing streaks in this recent view of Jupiter are hazes floating above the planet’s cloud tops. Scientists don’t know exactly how they form, at least not yet. Learn more: https://t.co/lh0GuYWc7d
📸 Image processed by Gerald Eichstädt https://t.co/WqG8GnIfqg

The intriguing streaks in this recent view of Jupiter are hazes floating above the planet’s cloud tops. Scientists don’t know exactly how they form, at least not yet. Learn more: https://t.co/lh0GuYWc7d 📸 Image processed by Gerald Eichstädt https://t.co/WqG8GnIfqg

Massive beauty: During my most recent pass by Jupiter, my JunoCam imager provided this intricately detailed view of the solar system’s largest planet. Details — https://t.co/Zkxa6lzOur Image processed by Kevin M. Gill. https://t.co/Yh3gEczC17

Massive beauty: During my most recent pass by Jupiter, my JunoCam imager provided this intricately detailed view of the solar system’s largest planet. Details — https://t.co/Zkxa6lzOur Image processed by Kevin M. Gill. https://t.co/Yh3gEczC17

My JunoCam imager recently caught something remarkable: two storms in #Jupiter’s atmosphere in the act of merging.  Details: https://t.co/94HGked5B6 📸 Image processed by Tanya Oleksuik. https://t.co/2NbpH6zZIr

My JunoCam imager recently caught something remarkable: two storms in #Jupiter’s atmosphere in the act of merging. Details: https://t.co/94HGked5B6 📸 Image processed by Tanya Oleksuik. https://t.co/2NbpH6zZIr

Dr. Margaret Kivelson (left, @EuropaClipper) on mentoring: “I have been in the space science field since 1967, and have been a mentor to many women in the profession over the years. Seeing the successes of mentees like Melissa (right) means a lot to me.” #WomensHistoryMonth https://t.co/MwlpIGTEmQ

Dr. Margaret Kivelson (left, @EuropaClipper) on mentoring: “I have been in the space science field since 1967, and have been a mentor to many women in the profession over the years. Seeing the successes of mentees like Melissa (right) means a lot to me.” #WomensHistoryMonth https://t.co/MwlpIGTEmQ

We’re kicking off #WomensHistoryMonth by introducing you to some of the #WomenInScience who make our missions possible. Check back weekly all month long, or meet some of our history-making female #NASA scientists here: https://t.co/I4oqKraiam https://t.co/kXENRMBVFi

Quoted @DoNASAScience

There are volunteers all over the world working on diverse NASA citizen science projects. From climate research, to tracking auroras and comets, to searching for new asteroids and planets…they conduct meaningful studies and contributions! https://t.co/2HjrS92EGz https://t.co/dy78kJwx1K

Citizen scientists bring my images of Jupiter to life. See more at: https://t.co/m5LIbNU6oY https://t.co/olYOI05RBO

📸 Hey artists and citizen scientists, the raw images from my latest close pass by Jupiter are available to download, process and share: https://t.co/LiXblHzOnV
See what people have been creating: https://t.co/yvIbbTKJYc https://t.co/ypbtrlHxHZ

📸 Hey artists and citizen scientists, the raw images from my latest close pass by Jupiter are available to download, process and share: https://t.co/LiXblHzOnV See what people have been creating: https://t.co/yvIbbTKJYc https://t.co/ypbtrlHxHZ

Quoted @NatureAstronomy

.@NASAJuno has measured the O/H ratio at Jupiter: 1.1-5.1 times the Solar value. This value, obtained at the equator, implies that the planetesimals that formed Jupiter were unlikely to have been water-rich. Li et al.: https://t.co/KmPxLuUwso https://t.co/RdLRNmCA88

.@NASAJuno has measured the O/H ratio at Jupiter: 1.1-5.1 times the Solar value. This value, obtained at the equator, implies that the planetesimals that formed Jupiter were unlikely to have been water-rich. Li et al.: https://t.co/KmPxLuUwso https://t.co/RdLRNmCA88

Wow - that is a really interesting result, @NASAJuno! https://t.co/ag3XDvIWCH

An astronaut — and a Jedi? Earlier in her career, Astronaut Christina Koch worked on the team for my JEDI instrument, which provides unprecedented data on Jupiter’s incredibly energetic particles and magnetic fields. Welcome home, @Astro_Christina! #CongratsChristina https://t.co/cmVkzy9tGQ

Beauty in motion: Here’s another striking view from my latest close pass by Jupiter. https://t.co/kx02NjCDRW 
Image processing by Kevin M. Gill. https://t.co/44Z5Mfe5Nf

Beauty in motion: Here’s another striking view from my latest close pass by Jupiter. https://t.co/kx02NjCDRW Image processing by Kevin M. Gill. https://t.co/44Z5Mfe5Nf

Ganymede! This sequence of four new images reveals the first views of the north polar region of Jupiter’s moon Ganymede, the largest moon in the solar system. Learn more: https://t.co/KFfZwBeG8n Image processing by Gerald Eichstädt. https://t.co/jJHo4ZezIw

Ganymede! This sequence of four new images reveals the first views of the north polar region of Jupiter’s moon Ganymede, the largest moon in the solar system. Learn more: https://t.co/KFfZwBeG8n Image processing by Gerald Eichstädt. https://t.co/jJHo4ZezIw

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