Juno Makes First Jupiter Flyby

Credit: Jupiter: NASA
HOUSTON—NASA’s Juno spacecraft swooped close to the cloud tops of giant Jupiter for its first orbital flyby on Aug. 27, with all instrumentation and communications channels operating in their expected fashion, mission managers said. The close pass, the first of 36 over a $1.1 billion primary mission...

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