JUPITER HAS AN EXTRA MAGNETIC POLE: When NASA's Juno spacecraft reached Jupiter in 2016, planetary scientists were eager to learn more about the giant planet's magnetic field. Juno would fly over both of Jupiter's poles, skimming just 4000 km above the cloudtops for measurements at point-blank range. Today in the journal Nature, a team of researchers led by Kimberly Moore of Harvard University announced new results from Juno--and they are weird. Among the findings: Jupiter has an extra magnetic pole.
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