Latest News About the Juno Mission to Jupiter

NASA's Jupiter-bound Juno probe will study the gas giant's atmosphere, magnetosphere and gravitational field. Juno will orbit Jupiter for about a year.
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NASA Joins Tumblr to Explore the Social Media Frontier
NASA's Tumblr Profile
August 12th, 2015
A constellation of new NASA profile pages have gone live on Tumblr — including profiles for astronaut Peggy Whitson, the Juno mission to Jupiter and the Curiosity rover on Mars.
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Best Space Stories of the Week – July 19
Pluto's heart, new horizons images
July 19th, 2015
NASA's New Horizons probe dominated the news cycle this week, after making a successful close encounter with Pluto, and sending back incredible images and data. Plus, an astronaut mining company launched a tech-testing satellite.
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NASA Jupiter Probe Recovers from Earth Flyby Glitch
Artist's Concept of Juno Spacecraft
October 14th, 2013
NASA's Juno probe exited a protective "safe mode" on Friday afternoon (Oct. 11) and is currently operating normally as it streaks toward a July 2016 rendezvous with the solar system's largest planet, mission officials said.
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NASA Spacecraft Less Than 1 Year from Jupiter
Artist concept of Juno passing over Jupiter
July 17th, 2015
NASA's Juno probe is now less than one year away from its rendezvous with Jupiter. Juno, which launched in August 2011, is scheduled to slip into orbit around the gas giant on July 4, 2016.
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Saturn's Position in the Solar System Pinpointed Within 2 Miles
Six Saturn moons are visible in this image snapped by NASA's Cassini probe in September 2007, including Titan at the lower right.
January 13th, 2015
Researchers were able to pinpoint the Saturn system's center of mass, or barycenter, within about 2 miles — a 50-fold improvement over the best estimates provided by ground-based telescopes, NASA officials said.
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