cant wait for the 2030's 🙂 Lisa, Juice at Jupiter, Bepi at Mercury, and maybe even James Webb in orbit
Europa Clipper, Dragon Fly, LISA and JUICE, absolute outer planetary system(the Gas Giants) hunt race begins in Next Decade, cant wait for it
Would anyone please explain how come the gravitational powers do not swallow the satellite but instead help it to accelerate?
Delays, impossible to tear off, very interesting, thank you! Now I will know what and what will happen!
ESA sure loves its gravity assists! 😉
I will be 44 years old when the satellite mission ends :c
The GALILEO space craft was Deorbited into Jupiter's atmosphere to aviod impacting potentially habitable moons of jupiter then why is ESA impacting their JUICE spacecraft into potentially habitable moon of JUPITER
Is it safe to deorbit JUICE so that it can impact Ganymede? Wouldn’t it contaminate it and anything that might be there?
وكل فى فلك يسبحون ماترى فى خلق الرحمان من تفاوت
Holy free deltaV much from all those assists. Amazing images will come of this though. Excited for those Europa close ups
Am I the only one worried about the risk of terrestrial microbes surviving impact on Ganymede? Isn't Ganymede potentially habitable, or at least has conditions conducive to life? Wouldn't this be forward contamination?
Music is from?
Cool vid, ESA! Looks like a great mission. About time Ganymede got some well deserved attention.
Great video ESA, can you tell us anything out the supercomputer(s) you must have used to calculate this 12 year flight plan?
Good mission 💪💪👍👍👍💚
It's amazing how Ariane 5 can do this without a restartable upper stage.
Juice is only the beginning of what's to come from the 2030s and onwards, people will be blown away with the data from all space assets from 2030.
* scanning intensifies *
How many Kerbals died in the early JUICE simulations in KSP? 😁
Great stuff, but 10 years seems like an eternity… Good luck!
We need to come up with a better idea than 'impact' to retire a space probe …one day an alien species might think we launched an attack and won't know we are just depositing some space trash 🤔that doesn't sound much better either. 💖ESA 💖NASA 🍻
I’m exited! It’s like another Voyager! But less exiting…
4:47 HOLY GUACAMOLE IT’S MASSIVE!!!!!!
That’s a long mission…
Please give this thing really good cameras because it will be able to take amazing photographs
Che buona musica!!
we know ESA will take humanity into next level ….all the best ESA
I wonder what Monty Python would have done to this video? Perhaps a finger flicks the orbiter out to the universe 🙂
Beautiful and very detailed! Good luck Juice team and godspeed Juice!
Why not design a probe that could insert individual satellites to map Europa, Io, Ganymede, and Callisto? There might be a way to identify potential locations for life and landing sites with a follow up lander.
if someone can name the music used in this video, please tell! — otherwise, it's surprising they'll crash Juice into Ganymede. why that decision?
I guess you could say this news is:
How much surface area do these solar panels have?
Damn this music has put me into a fun mood!
Amazing journey from earth to the cold giant and its family of moons.. Loved that…🇧🇷.
7 years to reach Jupiter – painstakingly slow. After BepiColombo, another extremely sluggish ESA spacecraft.
one of the best rendering I'v ever seen in my life.It's simply amazing,I can't wait all of those years only too see a photograph from the Jupiter's moon system…it's incredible…the second thing ever created by mankind after Huygens lander to reach the surface of a gas giant's moon. god bless space exploration.The most important thing of these years.
so it's going to crash onto the surface, doing exactly the opposite of what Galileo and Cassini did not wanting to contaminate the body with earthly buggies
ESA, why don't you have free use of your video's like NASA? love this mission but cannot use this material to discuss it…
But sad ending 😢
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