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How Astronomer Accidentally Discovers the Speed of Light 347 Years Ago

Ancient astronomers struggled to understand the concept of the speed of light. Before its discovery, some researchers thought that the speed of light was either extremely fast to measure or infinite. On Nov. 21, 1676, Ole Rømer, a Danish astronomer discovered the speed of light. Rømer accidentally discovered this while studying Jupiter’s volcanic moon, Io. […]

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NASA’s Juno Spacecraft is about to Inspect the Most Active Volcanic World in the Solar System

After exploring the Galilean moons of Jupiter, Ganymede, and Europa, NASA’s Juno Spacecraft is set to visit Jupiter’s Galilean moon Io, which is the most active volcanic world in the Solar system on December 15. NASA scheduled its Juno Spacecraft to conduct a flyby on the Jovian moon Io and obtain detailed images of its

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