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Good morning, hitting the trail. President Obama making his first campaign appearance with Hillary Clinton today while Donald Trump blasts the pair for using Air Force One to get there. Hello Jupiter. Overnight NASA workers erupt in cheers as the Juno, spacecraft begins its orbit of the massive planet. This morning, the 5 year nearly 2 billion million mile journey being called the hardest thing NASA has ever done. Hot and steamy, temperatures rising from New Mexico to New England. 38 million people under warnings and adversaries. So how long is this heat wave going to last? And party in the USA. America celebrates Independence Day with fireworks across the nation. Today, Tuesday July 5th, 2016. From NBC news, this is today with Matt Lauer and Savannah Gathrie, live from Studio 1A in Rockefeller Plaza.
After a 5 year journey, a solar powered probe has arrived in orbit around Jupiter. NBC’s Jollin Kent has that story. Joe, good morning. Willy, good morning, NASA scientists at the jet propulsion lab here in southern California are calling this the hardest they’ve ever done, successfully putting a spacecraft named Juno into Jupiter’s orbit overnight.
Cheers erupting here on planet earth that has nothing to do with 4th of July fireworks. “And lift off” It was all for Juno, NASA’s space probe that successfully entered Jupiter’s orbit after a 5 year, 1.7 billion mile journey. “NASA did it again, that says all to me!” Juno’s ambitious mission, figure out how Jupiter became a planet and in turn, how our solar system may have been formed. The Juno, the size of a football field and operates on solar power, scientists named it after Jupiter’s wife, known as the Roaming Goddess who could see through clouds and that’s exactly what NASA’s version of Juno will do. Fly through the gaseous clouds of Jupiter orbiting over 37 times over the next 20 months. A journey that will take time because of the massive size of the planet. Jupiter’s so big, that over a 1000 earths could fit inside it.
9 science instruments will explore Jupiter’s gravity, magnetic fields and how much water is in its atmosphere. And for NASA, this was a make or break moment. The mission costs more than a billion dollars. Juno was the second spacecraft ever circle Jupiter. Right aboard Juno, there is a special camera that will take color pictures of the planet. And one more thing, guys, even though, Juno travelled a long 5 years, it arrived right on time starting its orbit of Jupiter just 1 second off schedule. Willy, Savannah. Just astounding. Joe, thank you so much. It was thinking about this, this morning, a 5 year trip and they nailed it within one second. Say it again the people at NASA are genius. I know, imagine whoever did that mathematical equation. I can’t even calculate the tip.