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Juno, A Nasa Spacecraft, Is Extremely Close To Jupiter'S Moon Europa


Juno, A Nasa Spacecraft, Is Extremely Close To Jupiter'S Moon Europa

By TechThop Team

Posted on: 28 Sep, 2022

Great Accomplishment

This week from now will stamp an experimentally important accomplishment for NASA's Juno mission, as the spearheading spacecraft got closer to Jupiter’s moon Europa

Icy Moon

A flyby this near Europa's surface will permit Juno to get probably the most elevated goal images at any point taken of the frigid moon

Previous Mission

The last mission to investigate Europa inside and out was NASA's Galileo spacecraft, which got inside 351 kilometres (218 miles) of the surface on January 3, 2000


High-resolution images aren't the main goal, as Juno is supposed to accumulate information regarding Europa's ionosphere, inside a surface structure

Next Mission

NASA's Europa, is planned to launch in October 2024 and show up at Jupiter in April 2030

Orbit Time

This makes changes in Juno's direction and reduces the number of days the spacecraft takes to circle Jupiter from 43 to 38


Juno's Microwave Radiometer (MWR) instrument will get information on the organization and temperature of Europa's water-ice crust


Juno's JunoCam will endeavour to take four clear light images of Europa during the nearby flyby with a normal goal of 1 kilometre (0.6 miles) per pixel

Europa’s Size

Europa is around 90% the size of Earth's Moon, with a central breadth of 1,940 miles (3,100 kilometres)

Europa’s surface

Scientists accept that a pungent sea lies under a miles-thick ice shell, starting inquiries concerning potential circumstances

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