Scientists have long speculated about the properties of Jupiter, the largest planet and the one that formed first in our solar system.
But NASA's Juno mission, which is now orbiting around Jupiter, is sending back data that is upending what we thought we knew about the gas giant. Paul Flahive (@paulflahive) of Here & Now contributor Texas Public Radio has our story.
This segment aired on March 21, 2017.
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