How the end of the Cold War forced NASA to make its Jupiter spacecraft solar-powered — Quartz — D-yuva

NASA’s Juno spacecraft successfully entered an orbit around Jupiter yesterday (July 5). It will soon start revealing the secret life of the gas giant: whether it has a solid core or not, how much water there is in its atmosphere, and if there are more than 67 moons around it. What’s even more remarkable is… via […]

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