To date Juno has completed 12 orbits since arriving at Jupiter in July 2016.
Artists concept of NASA’s Juno at Jupiter. Credit: NASA
“This is great news for planetary exploration as well as for the Juno team,” said Scott Bolton, principal investigator of Juno, from the Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio, in a statement.
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