NASA’s Juno Exits Safe Mode

Credit: NASA
HOUSTON—NASA’s Jupiter-orbiting Juno spacecraft emerged from several days in safe mode earlier this week and executed a 31-min. trim maneuver on Oct. 25 to help set up the probe’s next planned close pass over the gas giant’s cloud tops. The pass, which will send Juno soaring as close as 2,600 mi...

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