Journal Highlights

New Findings from Old Data

Editors' Vox—

We are approaching the 40-year anniversary of the two Voyager spacecraft making their 1979 flybys of the planet Jupiter. Jupiter’s magnetosphere is big. The satellites were moving fast, and each one only spent a few days passing through the magnetic bubble around this planet so two flybys does not seem like much of an opportunity to gather data. But the plasma science instruments on the spacecraft were high quality sensors that led to numerous papers on the magnetospheric structure, dynamics, composition, and dominant physical processes....more