Juno mission

Juno mission

An 8-day space mission in May 1991 that took the first UK astronaut, Helen Sharman, to the Soviet space station Mir. Conceived as a British commercially-funded science project, it was eventually paid for by the USSR, so that Sharman worked on Soviet experiments with just three experiments for British schools.
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Early science results from NASA's Juno mission portray the largest planet in our solar system as a turbulent world, with an intriguingly complex interior structure, energetic polar aurora, and huge polar cyclones," (https://www.
Its predecessors are the New Horizons mission to Pluto and a Kuiper Belt object, the Juno mission to Jupiter and OSIRIS-REx, which will rendezvous with and return a sample of the asteroid Bennu.
NASA's Juno mission is revealing that our solar system's largest planet is a fantastic, cyclone-festooned world with a strange interior.
31, the cosmic allure of the giant planet was uploaded on NASA's verified Juno Mission Twitter page.
Whatever's making those colors and stripes still exists pretty far down," Scott Bolton, head of the Juno mission, said in a news conference October 19.
Dr Agnor, who is a regular contributor to the BBC's The Sky At Night, will describe the Juno Mission to Jupiter and last year's New Horizons spacecraft that flew past Pluto and sent the first close-up photos.
The Juno mission is designed to give scientists a better understanding of Jupiter's origin and evolution.
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NASA says the objective of the Juno mission "is to significantly improve our understanding of the formation, evolution and structure of Jupiter.
10 ( ANI ): NASA'S Juno Mission spacecraft is going to slingshot around Earth towards Jupiter, accelerating to 25 miles per second along the way to become the fastest man-made object in history.
We remain in frequent communication with professional planetary scientists, including those who will be liaising with amateurs during NASA's JUNO mission to orbit Jupiter in 2016-'17.