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Juno has successfully completed its sixth close fly-by of Jupiter, this time dipping down to within 2,200 miles of the gas giant’s cloud tops and about 5,600 miles above the Great Red Spot.
All science instruments worked flawlessly, according the NASA press release. Images should become available in the next few days.
The next close fly-by will occur in September.