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Educational programming guides to encourage your audiences to look up!

From eclipses to meteor showers to spacecraft encounters, there is always something happening in our solar system. All of these events present opportunities for all types of educators to share the excitement of solar system science and exploration with their audiences. Here, educators will find information on upcoming events and ideas for bringing these events to their audiences.

 

After launching in August 2011, Juno will arrive in Jupiter’s orbit on July 4, 2016. What is Jupiter made of? What lies beneath those beautiful, swirling clouds? The Juno mission seeks to answer these and other questions. Check back for event guides to help you share the excitement of the Juno mission with your audiences!

 

JUNO ARRIVES AT JUPITER
July 4, 2016

JUNO arrives at Jupiter

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