Ep #3: Juno Goes to Jupiter

NASA's Juno mission is on its way to Jupiter to learn what lies beneath the jovian atmosphere. Carol and Tony also discuss NASA's Space Launch System - the premier launch system for the manned space program, including Orion.

Published by Tony Darnell on 15th Feb, 2016

Five years ago, NASA launched the Juno spacecraft on a voyage to the largest planet in our solar system: Jupiter. In this podcast, learn about this amazing spacecraft as well as get familiar with some of the science that it will perform when it arrives on July 4th, 2016.

In this episodes, Carol and Tony discuss the details of the spacecraft and the exciting science along with some details about the spectacular end planned for the orbiter when it completes its mission.

This mission will be the last NASA expedition to the outer solar system for some time, probably a few years will elapse before the next mission launches.

Start the conversation

This name will appear next to your comment.
Your email address will not be displayed.

Comments & Discussion

There are no comments on this page yet... why not be the first?