NASA's Juno Spacecraft Gets A Close Up Look at Jupiter

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It's taken NASA's Juno spacecraft, five years to get to Jupiter to observe the massive gas planet. Juno is a large probe, measuring 66 feet wide and 15 feet high.

Jason Kendall, is an adjunct professor of astronomy at William Patterson University, tells us about what we will learn about Jupiter's moons, the radioactive levels around Jupiter and the Juno orbit.