This artist's rendering provided by NASA and JPL-Caltech shows the Juno spacecraft above the planet Jupiter. Five years after its launch from Earth, Juno is scheduled to go into orbit around the gas giant on Monday, July 4, 2016. (NASA/JPL-Caltech via AP) Read more at:

Juno launches to Jupiter!

#Google, once again, nails illustrating  and commemorating a historic event with a cute gif.

If anything had gone even slightly awry, Juno would have sailed helplessly past Jupiter, unable to complete a $1 billion mission. –IRENE KLOTZ, Reuters

Holy smokes Batman

Holy smokes Batman, that mission could have totally failed BUT IT DIDN’T!!!!!!


Mission to Jupiter EPS C. Illustrated factbox on NASA’s Juno mission to Jupiter. –Reuters

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