A second trajectory correction manoeuvre for NASA’s Juno mission to Jupiter was delayed after a higher than expected readings in the spacecraft’s propellant system during the previous burn on 30 August. The follow up burn on 4 September 2011 has now been delayed to allow checks to be carried out. The manoeuvres are needed to ensure a slingshot flyby manoevre with Earth.
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