Juno Arrived Jupiter

Previously we posted an image of Jupiter taken by Harris Jeffrey from Papar, soon we can see more close up images of that planet taken by Juno. A NASA spacecraft finally arrived on that planet to give us a closer of that planet.

The $1.1 billion Juno mission launched in August 2011 and aims to help scientists better understand Jupiter’s magnetic and gravitational fields, composition and interior structure — in particular, whether the huge planet harbors a core of heavy elements.

Photo Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

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Photographer and editor for SabahMagazine.com | Also a commercial photographer and youtube vlogger. Web: www.jollencelee.com

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