"On the 11th it was in this formation -- and the star closest to Jupiter was half the size than the other and very close to the other so that during the previous nights all of the three observed stars looked of the same dimension and among them equally afar; so that it is evident that around Jupiter there are three moving stars invisible till this time to everyone."
In July of 2016 the Juno spacecraft arrived at the largest planet in our solar system, Jupiter. As Juno collects and sends data back to Earth we learn more and more about the great protector of our solar system. Two of these transmissions included a sound component released by the JPL. I have taken those sound components and made them into something playable, so that you can actually play Jupiter’s aurora transmissions and the “bowshock” of crossing into Jupiter’s magnetic sphere of influence.