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The Juno spacecraft is on its way to Jupiter, getting closer and closer as the years go by. Having left in August of 2011, five years later, Juno is due to arrive in July of this year. It is going to be the first solar-powered spacecraft to reach as far as Jupiter. Its mission is to study the… Continue reading → Continue reading
By 2018, NASA will launch the Solar Probe Plus. This probe will get within 9 solar radii of the surface of the Sun. That distance is 7 times closer than any probe has ever been. A portion of the probe will have to remain cool and the rest of it will have to be as […] Continue reading → Continue reading
The MESSENGER mission, short for Mercury Surface, Space Environment, Geochemistry and Ranging sent up the probe in August 2004. In March 2011 it became the first spacecraft to orbit Mercury. The probe has done a lot in its years around the Solar System’s first planet including: constructing the best-ever maps of Mercury and discovering carbon-containing […] Continue reading → Continue reading
The sun is what gives us life, sustains humanity, and provides our planet with everything it needs to survive day to day. Without Such an important star we would cease to exist. Although the sun is the most important thing to our survival we don’t know a whole lot about it. We know some details […] Continue reading → Continue reading