Team members of NASA’s Juno mission to Jupiter discussed the latest science results, an amateur imaging processing campaign, and the recent decision to postpone a scheduled burn of the spacecraft’s main engine, during a media briefing on Oct. 19. The agency’s Juno spacecraft entered orbit around Jupiter on July 4. On Aug. 27, it performed its first close flyby of the planet. It was the first time Juno had its entire suite of science instruments activated and observing the planet as the spacecraft zoomed past.
Juno’s Latest Close Flyby of Jupiter on This Week @NASA – February 3, 2017
Juno Flies Past the Moon Ganymede and Jupiter, With Music by Vangelis
NASA’s New Horizons Mission Update from the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab (APL)
NASA’s MESSENGER to Become First Spacecraft to Orbit Mercury
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