Last summer we followed New Horizons visiting Pluto. Now NASA is at it again. The Juno Mission will reach Jupiter on 4th of July. It will not just fly by but orbit Jupiter for more than a year. You can follow the adventure at NASA or Space.com among other sites.
NASA: Juno Mission | Twitter | NASA TV schedule and links | Juno paper model
Space.com: Closing in on Jupiter | Latest News | Complete Mission Coverage
The Verge: NASA’s Juno spacecraft will soon reach Jupiter
Apple: Destination: Jupiter – Inspired by NASA’s Juno mission
More from Space.com: A history of nine space probes
Because pictures are sometimes worth more than a thousand words infographics is a great way to share information. I found two collections of high quality infographics suitable for just any classroom or home.
Found almost the same here (with a hight resolution link) where Sean McNaughton, Samuel Velasco, 5W Infographics, Matthew Twombly, Jane Vessels, NGM staff and Amanda Hobbs were credited.
Jet Propulsion Lab’s Infographics