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d V indicates that Juno utilizes a hyperbolic excess velocity leveraging trajectory.
This trajectory is attractive because it features a short flight time to Jupiter while saving launch energy costs.
Date: 20 September 2017 Satellite: Herschel Depicts: M101 Copyright: ESA/Herschel/NASA/JPL-Caltech CC BY-SA 3.0 IGO; Acknowledgement: R.
Hurt (JPL-Caltech) This image shows the Pinwheel Galaxy, also known as M101, as viewed by ESA's Herschel Space Observatory.
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To insert itself into Jupiter Orbit, Juno performs a large Orbit Insertion Maneuver to place it in a 107-day Capture Orbit during which a Period Reduction Maneuver is performed to achieve the 14-day science orbit.
Juno conducts a total of 33 science orbits before the planned end of the mission approaches.
Juno’s Launch window was limited by a number of mission events and their timings such as the Deep Space Maneuvers, the Earth Flyby, the Jupiter Insertion and the science orbits.
In addition, the Mission design was limited by the Launch Energy and the d V budget (Delta Velocity, Velocity changes through engine burns).