NASA investigates Juno spacecraft's "safe mode"

10/11/2013 | Space.com

NASA's Juno spacecraft remains in "safe mode" after approaching the Earth on Wednesday. The Jupiter probe put itself in safe mode 10 minutes after a flyby of Earth to boost its speed. "So we're looking at that data, and we're starting to develop a plan to bring the spacecraft back into operational status," said Rick Nybakken, project manager.

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