The Juno mission has been chosen to proceed to a preliminary design phase as the second mission in NASA's New Frontiers program. The spacecraft will launch no later than 2010 and study Jupiter from a polar orbit.
 Jupiter Fact Sheet
 Jovian Satellite Fact Sheet
 Galilean Satellite Fact Table
 Jovian Rings Fact Sheet
 Images of Jupiter - from the Catalog of Spaceborne Imaging
 Images of Jupiter's Satellites and Rings - from the Catalog of Spaceborne Imaging
 NSSDC Planetary Photo Gallery - More Images of Jupiter and its Satellites
 Reference Books on Jupiter
 Frequently Asked Questions

Missions to Jupiter

 Cassini - NASA/ESA Mission to Saturn via Jupiter
 Galileo Orbiter - NASA Mission to Jupiter
 Galileo Probe - NASA Mission to Jupiter
 Voyager - NASA Missions to Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, and beyond
 Ulysses - NASA/ESA Mission to study the solar wind via Jupiter
 Pioneer 10 - NASA Jupiter flyby (1973)
 Pioneer 11 - NASA Jupiter flyby (1974)

Future Missions

 Jupiter Icy Moons Orbiter (JIMO) - NASA Proposed Europa, Ganymede, and Callisto Orbiter (2015)
 Juno - NASA New Frontiers Jupiter Polar Orbiter under study

Other Jupiter Resources

 Ice and Water on Europa? - Evidence for a water ocean under Europa's icy crust
 Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 - Images and info on the impact with Jupiter
 Voyager imaging CD-ROM set
 Planetary positions - generates coordinates for chosen planet at a given time
 Jovian Satellite Digital Image Models
 Reference Books about Jupiter

 Jovian Satellite Feature Names and Locations - Gazetteer of Planetary Nomenclature
 Pioneer Odyssey - Online book on the Pioneer 10 and 11 missions to Jupiter
 More about Jupiter - The Nine Planets

 Other Planets
 NSSDC Planetary Home Page

 Index of Other Planet Home Pages

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Last Updated: 15 June 2005, DRW