Main cosmic event of July: after a 5-year journey the interplanetary probe Juno will enter an orbit of Jupiter! 6/28/2016 • larry winsor
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Juno was launched on the 5
Juno will become the first space
Juno operates on three solar-cell batteries that are the largest among other modern interplanetary probes.
By the way, the probe got its name from Roman mythology. Juno was a goddess and wife of Jupiter, the supreme Roman god
Juno mission is the second project within the New Horizons program by NASA. And this is the trailer of this program released in June 2015:
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