(to be specific, Helios 1, with 66km/s in heliocentric reference. In geocentric reference, it even reached 96.2 km/s)
(also sorry I had to)
Different frames of reference. Helios holds the record relative to the Sun. Juno holds the record relative to Jupiter.
In 2018, Solar Probe Plus will obliterate the Helios record with a 200km/s velocity relative to the Sun.
Edit: replaced "Different scales" with "Different frames of reference". I have no idea how "scales" got in there.
'Healing' detected in Antarctic ozone hole
BBC The Sky at Night - July 2016 - Juno: Mission to Jupiter
Exploring Nasa's project to study Jupiter. As the spacecraft Juno enters Jupiter's orbit, the programme looks at the potential discoveries that lie in wait.
Wakey Wakey! Juno Spacecraft Turns on Science Gear at Jupiter
I look forward to seeing the first images, and once the data starts coming in
Jupiter was found to be formed around a bearded asteroid, because it was cold.
Juno Spacecraft Captures 1st Photo from Jupiter Orbit
NASA Is Ready to Start Building Its Life-Hunting 2020 Mars Rover
No mention of how high res the camera/s will be. Must be 4-8k or even insanely higher higher spec for the panoramic and 3d views ?.
An older programme (2014) but still a very good watch. * Edit: You may need a VPN if outside the UK, for BBC Iplayer.
1 - Einstein's Nightmare
Professor Jim Al-Khalili traces the story of arguably the most important, accurate and yet perplexing scientific theory ever - quantum physics.
2 - Let There Be Life
Jim Al-Khalili investigates the most accurate, yet perplexing, scientific theory ever - quantum physics. He finds out whether it might solve biological mysteries.
Only available in UK
A VPN may be required if outside the UK to view BBC Iplayer.
So Vikings apparently used the polarisation of the sky to determine the position of the Sun through clouds.Did they also use steam-powered crossbows and aerofoil longboats?
The 7 biggest problems facing science, according to 270 scientists:
Interesting fact about polarization. Bees also use polarization using the "waggle dance" to show places of interest to other bees.
What do bee's do on equator during noon if there is no polarization?
When Jupiter blocks the Sun, the sulphur dioxide atmosphere falls as FROST
If you've ever resented crunching frost underfoot on a cold morning, spare a thought for Jupiter's moon Io: when it's in eclipse, the frost on the ground is a big chunk of its atmosphere.
Death Dive! Comet Plunges into the Sun at Mind-Blowing Speed
Man, I can't believe SOHO is still going. That thing is absolutely amazing!
SOHO is awesome! My buddy and I downloaded all of SOHO's images a year or two ago with the intent to make a timelapse. All of it's images are just so good looking!