Jupiter’s magnetosphere

So something just came to mind as i was sitting here: I believe I read somewhere or heard in a video that as the Juno spacecraft passed through the bow shock of Jupiter, it was similar to a sonic boom. That’s amazing to think about. I know our own Earth has a magnetosphere, but I know it’s nothing compared to Jupiter’s. I’ve been into astronomy for a few years now and literally nothing ceases to amaze me, even if I’ve read or heard it a thousand times. How do you guys feel about it? Are things always as mind-boggling for you as if you’ve heard it for the first time, even though it may be the thousandth?