Meanwhile, at Jupiter . . .
Another bumped post. This is turning into a Blog Carnival of Space, but it’s worth it in sheer awesomeness. It’s too bad ongoing space exploration just doesn’t get a lot of coverage in the news. (PS: Work on the domestic cat ebook is going slowly but progressing steadily.)
September 5, 2018: Juno has found that Jupiter’s magnetic field is unique (also the Lego figures and, more importantly, the spacecraft’s electronics are holding, thus far, during the dives close to the giant planet.
Update, July 10, 2018: This week, NASA released a summary of the Juno Mission’s accomplishments over the last two years.
We have three Lego figures orbiting the planet Jupiter now.
Why are the instruments in a titanium vault?
Well, for one thing, Jupiter “roars” at you, even before you get there: Continue reading