How To Follow Along with NASA Juno

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This is your chance to follow a live NASA event! Juno will arrive at Jupiter and everyone one is talking about it.
Juno will prerform a big engine burn to insert itself into the orbit of Jupiter today at 7:30-9 p.m. PT / 10:30-midnight ET / 02:30-04:00 UTC/GMT

What is so exciting about this manuever? After 5 years, over a billion miles and an incredible Earth flyby Juno has arrived. And its purpose is to help us study Jupiter. A planet we have never really understood.

You can watch my profiles on social media as well as I live tweet and post:
@NikkyMill
#NASASocial
#Juno

You can watch the live stream with these following links:
http://facebook.com/NASA
http://ustream.tv/NASAJPL2 (with chat)
http://youtube.com/nasajpl/live
http://nasa.gov/ntv

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Cami is about to start her senior year in Mechanical Engineering at Boise State University. She currently holds a Machine Learning internship at HP and is looking to break into industry with Robotics and Artificial Intelligence. After starting with the NASA Aerospace High School Scholars she has also participated in other NASA programs such as Microgravity University Undergraduate Research. She is also a committed and active volunteer for other STEM and Diversity groups and organizations. Stay tuned to see what she does next!

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  1. 7/5/2016
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    Just wanted to say you are an amazing and inspirational person and I am happy for all your success and wish you the best in all you do!

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