Watch Juno Launch Live!

Article written: 5 Aug , 2011
Updated: 14 Jan , 2016
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NASA’s new science probe to Jupiter, Juno, will make its first launch attempt on Friday, Aug. 5 at 15:34 UT (11:34 a.m. EDT) from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida. Watch it live on NASA TV’s UStream channel.

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8 Responses

  1. This will be the first mission to Jupiter since Galileo (and boy was he ever mad!)

  2. Good Luck from Italy Juno! 😉

  3. Navneeth says

    Saw this article right on time — T-~3 minutes, in fact!

  4. Anonymous says

    This is incredible. I really hope everything goes as planned.

  5. Michael says

    How does the spacecraft get through the asteroid belt unscathed? Arc over/under it?

    Just wondering.

    • Alejandro Garcia Crespo says

      Distance in between asteroids is huge^2 so you don’t need to arc it. There are tons of kilometers of void space xD

    • Alejandro Garcia Crespo says

      Distance in between asteroids is huge^2 so you don’t need to arc it. There are tons of kilometers of void space xD

  6. Michael says

    How does the spacecraft get through the asteroid belt unscathed? Arc over/under it?

    Just wondering.

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