Tuesday Tech: Jupiter and Juno

After a journey of more than 5 years, the Juno spacecraft has now in orbit of Jupiter, the largest planet on our solar system.  You can ride aboard the spacecraft using NASA’s “Eyes on Juno” in real-time at any time during the entire mission, right from your computer. For example, watch the arrival at Jupiter on the 4th of July, 2016, turn on and off the magnetic field, aurorae, and the radiation belt, all in 3D!

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE NASA APP 

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