NASA Juno Update: Juno Now Has Its Own Channel

What I’ll be doing in a couple of days, Stanley Kubrick edition. 
Hey space peeps. How y’all doing? I am doing quite well. 
In less than two days, I will be at Florida’s Space Coast to enjoy the Juno NASA Tweetup and launch. I am bringing my warhorse of a smartphone (don’t feel like bringing my entire computer with all of its hardware…I like the idea of being “portable”), so I will be providing updates from the site.
If you can’t make it to Cape Canaveral this week, you can do the next best thing on your computer – Juno has its own channel on Livestream. Check out the NASA Juno channel to see updates and programming about this upcoming mission! If not, I’ll see you at the Cape! 

UPDATE: For anyone traveling to Florida’s Space Coast to see Juno’s launch, here’s your five-day forecast via The Weather Channel.  On Friday, there is a 30% chance of rain, which really doesn’t mean much. STS-135 launched in pretty iffy weather, plus Florida’s weather is notoriously changeable.

 


Emily Carney is a writer, space enthusiast, and creator of the This Space Available space blog, published since 2010. In January 2019, Emily’s This Space Available blog was incorporated into the National Space Society’s blog. The content of Emily’s blog can be accessed via the This Space Available blog category.

Note: The views expressed in This Space Available are those of the author and should not be considered as representing the positions or views of the National Space Society.

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