Journey to Jupiter: Watch the end of Juno's five-year mission to the gas giant in a stunning time-lapse

After five years drifing through space, the Juno spacecraft made history in July when it entered the orbit of the largest panet in our solar system.
The probe will circle Jupiter a total of 37 times, on a path that carefully avoids the most intense radiation, before plunging into the planet's atmosphere.
Now an amateur astronomer has released a video that shows a 'Juno-eye view' of what it was like for the spacecraft to approach the giant planet.
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WHAT THE VIDEO SHOWS  The video was made from a compilation of pictures taken between July 5 and August 27 this year.
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29 September 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 34
Source: Daily Mail

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