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Mission Juno

D2xkkdgjnsfvb0.cloudfront.net NASA has authorized a mission extension for its Juno spacecraft exploring Jupiter. The agency’s most distant planetary orbiter will now continue its investigation of the solar system’s largest planet through September 2025.

Site Map | Mission Juno

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Legacy | Mission Juno

D2xkkdgjnsfvb0.cloudfront.net Explore the legacy of discovery which laid the groundwork for the Juno mission. Follow the paths of Juno's scientific objectives to learn about the previous missions, instruments, and engineering breakthroughs that have culminated in Mission Juno.

Launch | Mission Juno

D2xkkdgjnsfvb0.cloudfront.net Juno launched on August 5, 2011 at 12:25 p.m. EDT from Cape Canaveral, Florida, aboard an Atlas V 551 rocket.With five solid boosters, the V 551 is the most powerful of the Atlas rockets.The rocket operated in stages, so as it blasted Juno into space, segments of it fell off once they’ve burned out.

Orbit | Mission Juno

D2xkkdgjnsfvb0.cloudfront.net An orbit that takes Juno over Jupiter’s north and south poles is the best way to map the entire planet. Called a polar orbit, this path allows Juno to pass directly over any longitude, so as Jupiter rotates, Juno can eventually cover the entire surface.

Why With Nye | Mission Juno

D2xkkdgjnsfvb0.cloudfront.net Why With Nye. Bill helps explain all the cool stuff you need to know about NASA's mission to Jupiter!

Jupiter | Mission Juno

D2xkkdgjnsfvb0.cloudfront.net The largest planet in our solar system, Jupiter is a giant ball of gas 300 times more massive than earth.It’s five times farther from the Sun than we are. A year on Jupiter is twelve times longer than ours, but a Jovian day is only ten hours long.

Our Solar System | Mission Juno

D2xkkdgjnsfvb0.cloudfront.net With the exception of the Sun, Jupiter is the most dominant object in the solar system. Because of its size and the fact that it was the first of the gas-giant planets to form, it has profoundly influenced the formation and evolution of all the other planets.

Earth Flyby | Mission Juno

D2xkkdgjnsfvb0.cloudfront.net Juno is powered by three huge solar arrays that are arranged on the spacecraft like a windmill. The arrays have to be big because Jupiter is five times farther from the sun than Earth, which means the sunlight is 25 times weaker.


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The Team | Mission Juno

D2xkkdgjnsfvb0.cloudfront.net Meet the Juno Team. Juno: A Life Long Journey. Hear the Juno team discuss the anticipation and the lifelong curiosity that has helped make the mission a reality.

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