Juno - Unveiling the Mysteries of Jupiter
Juno launched upon an Atlas V rocket on August 5, 2011 for its journey to our nearest gas giant, Jupiter. On July 4, 2016, after a nearly 5 year journey and becoming the fastest human-made object (accelerating to a remarkable 25 miles per second) during the Earth slingshot maneuver towards Jupiter, Juno finally arrived to it's stunning destination. For over a year Juno has beamed back a wealth of new information and images aiding in not only our understanding of the origin and evolution of the planet Jupiter, but of our solar system as well. Come join us as we explore Jupiter's mysteries being unveiled by NASA's Juno mission.
Total Solar Eclipses: Revisit the Great American Eclipse
What are total solar eclipses? Why are they so rare? Why was the 2017 total solar eclipse so special? Revisit the total solar eclipse from August 21st, 2017 from new perspecitves as the daylight sliped into minutes of darkness along a narrow strip of the continental US during the Great American Eclipse.
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