July 26, 2011

NASA To Focus on Mars, Jupiter

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Now that the Shuttle has been retired, new plans for NASA include trips to Mars with Curiosity in November and beyond. During a Cape Canaveral announcement tomorrow, NASA will chat up its Jupiter mission. The unmanned Juno will be launched soon and should hit the planet by July 2016. It will gather data regarding Jupiter's origin and evolution.

Via NASA

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Posted by Sheila Franklin at July 26, 2011 11:12 AM
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