10 Cool Things About NASA’s Juno Jupiter Mission
Traveling through space at 60,000 miles per hour since August 2011, the Juno spacecraft is preparing to arrive at our solar system’s largest planet on July 4! As Juno nears the gigantic gas planet, it will power down most of its equipment, slow its speed tremendously and allow Jupiter’s extreme gravitational field to capture it in orbit. Jupiter is a planet with countless unsolved mysteries. Decked from top-to-bottom in advanced scientific tools, Juno will attempt to discover answers to many of these puzzling questions. With Juno’s July 4 date right around the corner, here is a list 10 exciting things you should know about the mission:
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