Graceful, Long-Legged Juno Has Now Completed Her 28th Close Dive, Over Jupiter’s Cloud-Tops…

We are now able to report the good NASA news, from off-world — on Friday night, Juno completed its 28th pass over the Jovian cloud-tops.

We waited until Sunday morning, here to mention it. . . until we knew all systems were reporting back data, in the expected fashion — no radiation-induced glitches. We now have that confirm, so here it is. This has been one stunningly, highly-successful mission:

. . . .In the next few hours I’ll be making my 28th close pass by Jupiter (as simulated here by @NASASolarSystem’s Eyes on the Solar System: http://eyes.nasa.gov). Learn more about my mission at http://missionjuno.swri.edu. . . .

And. . . as with “all systems nominal. . .” do teach your kids, in all the ways of STEM — it will be the lingua franca — for success, in the new world, the post pandemic world the one emerging in the middle of the Twenty-First Century. Smile. . . .

नमस्ते

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