NASA’s Juno Probe Enters Jupiter Orbit

NASA’s Juno probe concluded its five-year trip to Jupiter with a successful orbital insertion around the gas giant planet via a 35-min. engine burn on July 4. Juno’s 645-Newton Leros-1b main engine began the burn at 11:18 p.m. EDT, slowing the spacecraft by 1,212 mph and allowing it to be captured...

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