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

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

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