By Jove, I Think They've Got It!

A spacecraft tag team sends back new information on Jupiter and proves that exploration of the final frontier is alive and well

At midnight on Dec. 31, thousands watched the ball drop in New York City's Times Square, marking the arrival of 2001. But out in space, after traveling several billion miles, two satellites were sending home snapshots of another famous orb -- the mysterious planet Jupiter and its four largest moons.

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