Second Balloon Flight Makes Strides for Understanding Planetary Evolution Jaime Bonetti Zeller

Second Balloon Flight Makes Strides for Understanding Planetary Evolution

Article Published by: nasa.gov Arizona’s World View Enterprises launched its Stratollite high-altitude balloon system on Sept. 26 from a remote launchpad in McCall, Idaho. Onboard was the High-Altitude Electromagnetic Sounding of Earth and Planetary Interiors experiment from the Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) in San Antonio, Texas. Made...

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Juno’s mission to Jupiter just hit its halfway point: Here’s what we’ve learned so far

Article Published by: astronomy.com As the Juno spacecraft prepares for its 16th close pass by Jupiter later this month, let's recap what the ambitious project has already taught us. Juno’s Flight NASA’s solar-powered Juno spacecraft is about to fly past Jupiter yet again to gather more data on...

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