We invite you to build your own
Spacecraft by nature are made of lightweight materials, so a paper model can be highly realistic if it copies key structural and visual design features. Once you assemble your model, you'll know the Juno mission to Jupiter very well indeed!
|You'll need a color printer, some card stock, and a few other items which are listed in the assembly instructions. The parts sheets are available as PDF files, which you can read using the Adobe Acrobat Reader on just about any kind of computer (free of charge from Adobe).|
Study the Juno Mission webpage from the Southwest Research Institute website, the NASA website, and browse detailed images of the spacecraft taken during launch operations. Learn about how missions like Juno operate, with JPL's tutorial, Basics of Space Flight.
Model design contributed 2011 by John Jogerst; adapted to this site by Dave Doody.
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