Juno Safes Itself

Engineers at Lockheed Martin and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory were downloading data from NASA's Juno probe late last week after the $1.1 billion spacecraft put itself into safe mode during a close Earth flyby designed to sling it toward Jupiter. Early indications suggested the spacecraft was in...

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