NASA Juno Jupiter Spacecraft
NASA’s Juno spacecraft reached a major milestone recently when it completed 9.46 astronomical units of travel (about 880 million miles), putting it halfway along its journey to Jupiter. Now in its third year of a five-year journey to Jupiter, Juno is about 35 million miles from Earth. This October, the spacecraft will increase its velocity by 16,330 mph (7.3 kilometers per second) when it makes a flyby of Earth and comes within 347 mile of our planet.
NASA Juno Spacecraft Orbital Path
Juno was launched in August 2011. It is scheduled to make it to Jupiter in July 2016.

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