Juno Dips Over Jupiter’s Cloud Tops For Fourth Time
February 03, 2017
HOUSTON—NASA’s Juno mission spacecraft swooped close to Jupiter’s swirling cloud tops for a fourth time early Feb. 2 with all eight of its science instruments and cameras operating, including the back-in-action Jovian Infrared Auroral Mapper. The spacecraft—the cornerstone of a $1.13 billion mission...
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