NASA lost more than 200 images of Jupiter after the Juno probe camera malfunctioned.

For the second flyby in a row, one of the main cameras studying Jupiter has struggled to take the usual images.

of NASA Juno The spacecraft was launched in 2011 and arrived here. Jupiter In 2016; Since then, he has made nearly 50 flybys of our largest planet. solar system and caught precious glimpses of Jupiter’s large moons, each a strange world in its own right. But during the spacecraft’s latest flyby, on Jan. 22, the camera was able to capture only a fifth of the planned images.

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