NASA's Juno Mission's Twitter Profile Analysis @nasajuno on Twitter

Following information is based on analysis of 200 tweets, from 16/11/2017 to 15/08/2020.

NASA's Juno Mission

 @NASAJuno

Exploring Jupiter. Follow @nasasolarsystem for the latest updates. https://t.co/JiPbU9xbvc | https://t.co/pWwmhgPcsz

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4 - @CassiniSaturn
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NASA's Juno Mission
@NASAJuno
Nine years in space. 28 orbits of Jupiter. Textbooks rewritten. And I’m just getting started. This account is combining with @NASASolarSystem – join me there for continuing updates from my mission to Jupiter, along with other expeditions to the worlds of our solar system. https://t.co/6jlvowcOcd
15 Aug, 2020 - 12:53 AM UTC
NASA's Juno Mission
@NASAJuno
Nine years ago today, I began my journey to Jupiter. See these interviews with members of my team to hear more about what we have learned: https://t.co/wpDgXaYV7f https://t.co/AwPR8sjSDb
05 Aug, 2020 - 08:17 PM UTC
NASA's Juno Mission
@NASAJuno
Shallow lightning, clouds of ammonia and water, and a hail of “mushballs” – my instruments are revealing more about Jupiter’s stormy interior: https://t.co/36PAy6a5mJ https://t.co/E52DLT5lBp
05 Aug, 2020 - 05:08 PM UTC
NASA's Juno Mission
@NASAJuno
In the next few hours I’ll be making my 28th close pass by Jupiter (as simulated here by @NASASolarSystem’s Eyes on the Solar System: https://t.co/UEB4B0f8ro). Learn more about my mission at https://t.co/Y5VKDxs8yM. https://t.co/yHt0I3cmCY
25 Jul, 2020 - 03:27 AM UTC
NASA's Juno Mission
@NASAJuno
Jupiter’s moon Ganymede is larger than the planet Mercury, the only moon in the solar system known to have its own magnetic field. I captured infrared images that provide the first glimpse of Ganymede's icy north pole. Learn more: https://t.co/w26S0aG9C0 https://t.co/cdvB4dxSQs
24 Jul, 2020 - 01:10 AM UTC
NASA's Juno Mission
@NASAJuno
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
01 Jul, 2020 - 06:24 PM UTC
NASA's Juno Mission
@NASAJuno
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
21 May, 2020 - 08:09 PM UTC
NASA's Juno Mission
@NASAJuno
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
07 May, 2020 - 07:22 PM UTC
NASA's Juno Mission
@NASAJuno
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
01 May, 2020 - 08:21 PM UTC
NASA's Juno Mission
@NASAJuno
Also remembering the messages you sent that day, before I made my long journey to Jupiter. https://t.co/h8wobPUbS7
22 Apr, 2020 - 09:56 PM UTC
NASA's Juno Mission
@NASAJuno
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
22 Apr, 2020 - 09:46 PM UTC
NASA's Juno Mission
@NASAJuno
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
16 Apr, 2020 - 08:50 PM UTC
NASA's Juno Mission
@NASAJuno
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
10 Apr, 2020 - 01:39 PM UTC
NASA's Juno Mission
@NASAJuno
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
08 Apr, 2020 - 06:46 PM UTC
NASA's Juno Mission
@NASAJuno
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
02 Apr, 2020 - 09:39 PM UTC

Top Retweets by @nasajuno top retweets by NASA's Juno Mission

Thomas Zurbuchen
@Dr_ThomasZ
The swirling atmosphere we see on Jupiter is home to violent storms. @NASASolarSystem’s Juno mission discovered new evidence pointing to shallow lightning & slushy ammonia-rich hailstones known as mushballs. #ScienceInSeconds on Jupiter's exotic weather: https://t.co/2LSs19l0ki https://t.co/IXjSCyjNDF
05 Aug, 2020 - 07:11 PM UTC
Cassini
@CassiniSaturn
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
02 Mar, 2020 - 11:49 PM UTC
Cassini
@CassiniSaturn
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
02 Mar, 2020 - 11:46 PM UTC
Thomas Zurbuchen
@Dr_ThomasZ
Wow - that is a really interesting result, @NASAJuno! https://t.co/ag3XDvIWCH
10 Feb, 2020 - 04:14 PM UTC
Cassini
@CassiniSaturn
🗓August 5th is a red-letter day in space exploration.✨ In 2011, @NASAJuno set sail for Jupiter on a mission to study the giant planet’s mysterious interior. In 2012, @MarsCuriosity touched down on the Red Planet. Both missions succeeded — and both continue their quests today. https://t.co/eEKzBdYQUw
05 Aug, 2019 - 06:57 PM UTC
Cassini
@CassiniSaturn
What's Up for June? 🔭 Jupiter is up all night, while Mercury and Mars decide to get close, and the Moon reveals its tilted orbit. Downloadable video and transcript available at https://t.co/tPYUwcimlm https://t.co/lPw2pIEyZ0
03 Jun, 2019 - 03:22 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
Is it delivery or dynamo? 🍕 Since it's #NationalPepperoniPizzaDay, this infrared tour of Jupiter’s North Pole from @NASAJuno has us dreaming of pizza 🍕. See what this is actually showing you: https://t.co/8SgIR45M0q. https://t.co/8SLphtdi11
20 Sep, 2018 - 02:41 PM UTC
NASA
@NASA
Is there water deep in Jupiter's atmosphere, and if so, how much? Discover why we're using @NASAJuno spacecraft to look deep into the giant planet’s iconic red spot in search of answers to these questions, which have baffled astronomers for generations: https://t.co/8sU3geDvIO https://t.co/3wd1LBLoOX
02 Sep, 2018 - 07:03 PM UTC
NASA JPL
@NASAJPL
Top half of a latte or southern hemisphere of Jupiter? Happy #IcedCoffeeDay from space 📸 @NASAJuno https://t.co/vN44sdu8Ko https://t.co/NMnuj9Fjur
23 May, 2018 - 03:29 PM UTC
NASA JPL
@NASAJPL
LIVE NOW 🔴 @NASAJuno has revolutionized our understanding of Jupiter. Watch and chat at https://t.co/sxl6Wx4iYg https://t.co/Qq14ha2zDZ
18 May, 2018 - 02:01 AM UTC
NASA JPL
@NASAJPL
@NASAJuno has revolutionized our understanding of #Jupiter. Hear findings and ask questions live on Thursday, May 17 at 7 p.m. PT (10 p.m. ET, 0200 UTC): https://t.co/C819Gp9eNe https://t.co/A3RheWRatr
17 May, 2018 - 01:12 AM UTC
NASA
@NASA
Images returned to Earth from @NASAJuno spacecraft have continued to dazzle and stun us all. From raw images to works of art, here are 10 incredible images of Jupiter that you need to see: https://t.co/u06yRxirbC https://t.co/J1CGniw6kD
04 Dec, 2017 - 10:35 PM UTC