NASA Juno spaceship: After the Five years of the time period, now the NASA’s Juno spaceship has entered Jupiter’s orbit finally at the time of 11:53PM ET/08:53PM PT. The Space agency confirmed this news. NASA’s Juno Mission Twitter account says “Engine burn complete and orbit obtained. I’m ready to unlock all your secrets,
#Jupiter. Deal with it.”
NASA: Juno spaceship Finally Entered Jupiter’s orbit
The NASA’s Juno travelled 445 million miles in the space to the Planet Jupiter than any other spaceship in the Human history. It is one of the historical monument for the NASA. Where now it is in the 53-day elliptical orbit around the planet.
Juno Mission Goal:
- Determine the water level in the Jupiter.
- Measure the composition and temperature of the atmosphere.
- The Level of Magnetic force.
Watch the Live Streaming Video from NASA on Ustream here below:
As per the schedule, the Juno spaceship will re-orient itself toward the sun to recharge the batteries at 12:30AM ET.
Google updated its Doodle for NASA’s Juno Victory:
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