Juno (spacecraft)

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  • English: Images taken by the Juno spacecraft, a NASA mission to Jupiter. All images are taken by the JunoCam instrument unless otherwise noted.

Earth flyby (9 October 2013)[edit]

Pre-Jupiter arrival (21 June 2016)[edit]

Jupiter arrival (5 July 2016)[edit]

Orbital insertion at Jupiter. No images taken during Perijove 0 due to all the instruments being turned off during the orbit insertion phase.[1]

Post-Jupiter arrival (5 July 2016 - 27 August 2016)[edit]

Perijove 1 (27 August 2016)[edit]

Perijove 2 (19 October 2016)[edit]

No image had been taken due to Juno entered safe mode during Perijove 2.[2]

Perijove 3 (11 December 2016)[edit]

Perijove 4 (2 February 2017)[edit]

Perijove 5 (27 March 2017)[edit]

Perijove 6 (19 May 2017)[edit]

Perijove 7 (11 July 2017)[edit]

Perijove 8 (1 September 2017)[edit]

Perijove 9 (24 October 2017)[edit]

Perijove 10 (16 December 2017)[edit]

Perijove 11 (7 February 2018)[edit]

Perijove 12 (1 April 2018)[edit]

Perijove 13 (23 May 2018)[edit]

Perijove 14 (16 July 2018)[edit]

Perijove 15 (6 September 2018)[edit]

Perijove 16 (29 October 2018)[edit]

Perijove 17 (21 December 2018 )[edit]

Perijove 18 (12 February 2019)[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Lakdawalla, Emily (9 June 2016). What to expect from JunoCam at Jupiter. Planetary.org.
  2. Agle, D. C. (19 October 2016). Juno Spacecraft in Safe Mode for Latest Jupiter Flyby. NASA.