Us

ATLAS LAUNCH AT 1134!

We will have live pics of the Juno launch....here is some editorial-I'm told pics will be very cool...if president is talking, we'll turn it and do as a 'just in' when we can.

The countdown is moving ahead this morning toward a liftoff at 11:34 a.m. EDT to begin the Juno mission to Jupiter. The Atlas V rocket carrying the four-ton spacecraft is poised at Space Launch Complex 41 at CaThe countdown is moving ahead this morning toward a liftoff at 11:34 a.m. EDT to begin the Juno mission to Jupiter. The Atlas V rocket carrying the four-ton spacecraft is poised at Space Launch Complex 41 at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida within sight of the space shuttle launch pads to the north. The last probe to Jupiter, Galileo, was sent aloft aboard a space shuttle in 1989. Juno's mission was inspired in part to search for answers to questions raised by Galileo's findings. The weather forecast is positive this morning and there are no indications of technical issues.Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida within sight of the space shuttle launch pads to the north. The last probe to Jupiter, Galileo, was sent aloft aboard a space shuttle in 1989. Juno's mission was inspired in part to search for answers to questions raised by Galileo's findings. The weather forecast is positive this morning and there are no indications of technical issues.