NASA’s Juno spacecraft detects FM radio signals from Jupiter’s largest moon

The Fact News Service

January 17

In a recent development to its deep space exploration, NASA has managed to catch FM signals from one of Jupiter’s moons. The signals were picked up by the renowned NASA spacecraft Juno while orbiting Jupiter.

The FM waves were detected from Ganymede, one of the gas giant’s 79 moons. Interestingly, this is the first time that any signal or activity has ever been detected from this particular moon. Although it must be noted that the radio waves in this case do not exactly originate from any communication device and hence, should not be taken as a proof for alien life on Ganymede.

“It’s not E.T.,” said Patrick Wiggins, NASA ambassador from Utah, in an interaction with Fox News. “It’s more of a natural function.”

(story sourced through inputs from agencies)