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Galileo Lecture on December 12, 1996


Jet Propulsion Laboratory's
Public Information Office
von Karman Lecture Series

The Galileo Mission: Uncovering the Mysteries of Jupiter and its Moons

hosted by Dr. Torrence Johnson Galileo Project Scientist

Thursday, December 12, 7PM
JPL's von Karman Auditorium
Admission is free - seating is first-come, first serve
call (818) 354-5011 for more information

The Galileo spacecraft made history in December 1995 as it became the first planetary spacecraft ever to launch a probe into the depths of Jupiter's turbulent atmosphere. Come see what fascinating scientific discoveries Galileo has made, and some stunning images it has taken in the one year since it entered orbit around Jupiter. Beautiful images of Jupiter and its moons Io, Europa, and Ganymede will be presented.


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