Juno does fifth flyby of Jupiter

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Juno has successfully completed its fifth flyby and orbit of Jupiter, dipping to within 2,200 miles of the top of the gas giant’s atmosphere.

The next flyby is set for July 11, and will zip across directly above the Great Red Spot.


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