New Delhi: It is a historic day for the world of space, since Juno, the first solar-powered mission to Jupiter, has successfully entered the planet's orbit. NASA and space enthusiasts all over the world are in celebration mode, since the mission's toughest phase has seen success.
The happiness and energy levels of NASA after this success was so contagious that even Google couldn't help joining in.
Merely minutes after NASA's Juno spacecraft's successful entry into Jupiter's orbit was confirmed, internet search giant Google sent in their wishes to NASA by way of their trademark doodle!
The interactive doodle shows a digital image of the Juno spacecraft hovering above the solar system's largest planet and sending celebratory emojis to the control room, while the scientists are shown cheering the success.
Juno, using its special instruments, will peer beneath the swirling clouds, unlocking secrets about the planet and the entire solar system.
It will make two 53-day orbits, then do another engine burn to push it into a 14-day orbit, where the science will begin.