NASA’s Jupiter-Bound Juno Refines Heading

Credit: Juno: NASA
HOUSTON – NASA’s Jupiter-bound Juno spacecraft carried out a successful 35-min. trajectory adjustment maneuver on Feb. 3, the first of two needed to keep the probe on course for a July 4 arrival at the Solar System’s largest planet. The second trajectory adjustment is planned for May 31. Launched on...

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