Launched in 1989, the NASA spacecraft Galileo has been orbiting Jupiter since late 1995. It shut down all systems after being exposed to radiation from a close flyby of the moon Amalthea on November 6, 2002.
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Galileo Project Home
NASA's homepage for the Jupiter-orbiting spacecraft. Flyby news, mission status updates, educational information, a summary of Galilean discoveries, and an extensive image gallery.
Countdown to the next Galileo Flyby
Illustrated information on the previous and upcoming Galileo flybys.
Galileo Europa Mission
GEM - a highly focused follow-on to Galileo's Jupiter system exploration and a precursor for future missions to Europa and Io. GEM will conduct a detailed study of Europa over 14 months, then plunge repeatedly through the Io Plasma Torus to reach volcanic Io.
The Galileo Mission
Spacecraft and mission information, with links to related sites.
Galileo Project Information
Mission information and overview, with links to related sites.
Galileo SSI Team Science Page
Technical information on Galileo's camera and its data.
Galileo to Jupiter
A general introduction to the mission, with extensive links.
Archive of online discussions with Galielo team members.
Science with the Galileo Star Scanner
Offers technical papers on how this navigation instrument can also be used for scientific observations, such as radiation detection and observation of variable stars.
Galileo Gets Extension On Jovian Adventure
News on the extension of the Galileo mission. (March 08, 2000)
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