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NASA’s Jupiter orbiter Juno successfully fired its engine Thursday as it prepares to make a crucial fly-by around Earth to give it the momentum it needs to shoot off toward the solar system’s largest planet.
The Russian space agency is considering participating in a developing project to send a spacecraft to Jupiter.
In England it is known as the "Plough," in Germany the "Great Cart," and in Malaysia the "Seven Ploughs." Since humanity first turned its eyes skyward, the seven northern hemisphere stars that compose the "Big Dipper" have been a welcome and familiar introduction to the heavens.
NASA's solar-powered Juno spacecraft successfully refined its flight path last Wednesday with the mission's first trajectory correction maneuver. The maneuver took place on Feb. 1.
NASA’s Juno spacecraft, on its way to visit the solar system’s giant Jupiter, took a look back at Earth and the Moon and snapped a photo.
- A woman chauffeur.
- A woman who operates an automobile.