NASA Releasing Photos of UFO Appearance on Jupiter

NASA Releasing Photos of UFO Appearance on Jupiter Clapway

This weekend NASA’S Juno spacecraft will make it’s the closest approach ever to Jupiter. The spacecraft will come within 2,500 miles of the planet’s atmosphere. This also marks the first time that Juno will pass by the planet will all of its instruments turned on. Hence, we can expect to get loads of fascinating data and the chance to see UFO photographs.

NASA TAKES UNIQUE APPROACH TO JUPITER UFO

The spacecraft Juno has been orbiting Jupiter since July 4th. Independence day. Coincidence? Regardless, NASA has sent the craft on a unique path around the planet. Juno is at a big risk due to radiation exposure. If the agency wants to keep their baby from frying, it needs to take an elliptical orbit. This longer orbit will take 53 days to complete and Juno will only be close to the planet for a couple of hours. Some believe that’s plenty of time to get some UFO close-ups, though.

NASA EXCITED FOR JUPITER DATA AND UFO DISCOVERY

According to NASA, everything is going as planned with Juno. Soon, they will get the first up-close pictures of Jupiter thanks to the spacecraft’sĀ onboard camera. JunoCam will give scientists their first pile of significant data every received from Juno. This will help them learn more about the gas giant more than any other time in history. They will find out how much water is in the atmosphere if there is a core beneath the surface and if UFO aliens exist. While they didn’t specifically mention that last part, one can assume they’ll have their eyes peeled.

NASA WILL SCREEN JUPITER UFO PHOTOS

For those excited for some HD alien pictures, you’ll be disappointed. As you know, the space agency has a habit of keeping secrets. Even if they do find alien evidence from Juno, one can assume that they won’t make that info public. Instead, we’ll get a few nice pictures of the planet to keep us satisfied, just like Mars. The only possibility is if the agency makes a slip up, which they certainly have done before. All hope is not lost.


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