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that can not be from the sun?
and they say in the first vid that they use titanium to shiled from it.
I did not think titanium could shiled from radiation?
originally posted by: wildespace
originally posted by: PublicOpinion
a reply to: wildespace
Looks like oil on canvas
Perhaps, but it's a picture painted by nature and physics.
What, in your opinion, a real photo of Jupiter should look like?
Crying "fake!" at anything is easy; specifying why it looks fake, and specifying what the real deal should look like, is the hard part.
Juno was scheduled to fire its engines on Oct. 19 and reduce its orbit to every 14 days. Because of a problem with the engine valves, the Juno team has delayed that engine firing until the issue can be diagnosed. Juno is still able to complete its science mission if it stays in the 53-day orbit.
NASA’s Juno spacecraft entered safe mode Tuesday, Oct. 18 at about 10:47 p.m. PDT (Oct. 19 at 1:47 a.m. EDT). Early indications are a software performance monitor induced a reboot of the spacecraft’s onboard computer. The spacecraft acted as expected during the transition into safe mode, restarted successfully and is healthy. High-rate data has been restored, and the spacecraft is conducting flight software diagnostics. All instruments are off, and the planned science data collection for today’s close flyby of Jupiter (perijove 2), did not occur.