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John Batchelor and I welcomed Dr. Michelle Thaller from NASA to discuss the Juno satellite now in orbit around Jupiter. During this double Hotel Mars segment, we talked about all aspects of the Juno Mission, from its development to its journey to Jupiter, orbital insertion, and mission. We talked about the need for enhanced radiation shielding, the onboard instrumentation package, solar power rather than using an RTG and much more. I'm sure you will find this a most interesting Hotel Mars program.
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