The distant gas giants Uranus and Neptune hold many secrets that scientists have yet to unlock. While NASA’s Galileo and Cassini space probes have investigated both Jupiter and Saturn and transmitted a wealth of fascinating new data about these planets. The only time astronomers have been able to get a close view of these giant icy worlds was when NASA’s Voyager 2 passed by in the 1980s... To continue reading, subscribe to The Space Reporter today.
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