Juno snaps a storm on Jupiter, Israeli Moon missions nears landing, India's space weapon and more...6 Apr 2019, 20:34 UTC
A cyclonic storm churns through Jupiter's northern hemisphere in this new view from NASA's Juno spacecraft. The swirling cloud formation looks a lot like a hurricane on Earth, with fluffy clouds popping up from the storm's spiral arms. Juno captured this view with its JunoCam imager on Feb. 12, when it was about 5,000 miles (8,000 kilometers) above Jupiter's cloud tops. — Hanneke Weitering Israeli Moon mission enters orbit and starts taking photographs. Skylon takes another step towards testing.SpaceX's 'Starhopper' rocket starts flight tests.Rocketlabs launches experimental DARPA satellite. Indian space weapon test may have endangered the International Space Station. Japanese spacecraft bombs and asteroid. Stand by for the first ever 'images' of our galaxy's central black hole.