The helium valve of the hottest Juno detector can

2022-07-27
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The helium valve of Juno detector can not work normally. I don't know when it can enter the orbit of 14 day cycle.

now, the detector should have made six or seven short-range flights to Jupiter. If it is not cleaned in time, most of the scientific instruments on the spacecraft have made important observations. The Juno probe entered the 53 day orbit around Jupiter and carried out all instrument tests at the same time. The Juno team reported that the two helium valves could not work normally, so the team

according to foreign media reports, NASA's Juno probe successfully arrived at Jupiter after a five-year journey. This is exciting news. Scientists believe that Juno probe is expected to make greater discoveries

now, the probe should have made six to seven short-range flights to Jupiter, and most of the scientific instruments on the spacecraft have made important observations. The Juno probe entered the 53 day orbit around Jupiter and carried out all instrument tests at the same time. The Juno team reported that the two helium valves did not work properly, so the team decided to analyze this problem

this does not mean that Juno detector will never enter the orbit with a 14 day cycle. Currently, it will remain in orbit until at least the first half of 2017. But if we can't figure out the problem of helium valve, Juno detector will stay in this orbit indefinitely

from the perspective of scientific after-sales service and peace of mind, the project is implemented in three phases. This change only obtains slower data. There is a 53 day interval between each flight. Juno detector software is set with a safety mode. In case of an accident, the computer will enter the safety mode, and then it needs to be restarted. The spacecraft should ensure that the solar panel is aligned with the sun, and wait for further instructions from the ground control center. In safe mode, the probe will not be able to obtain scientific data, so the team tries to avoid this happening again. (logic/compilation)

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