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Juno spacecraft during launch preparations in Florida. The two Magnetic Field Experiment (MAG) sensor suites can be seen on the 4-meter-long dedicated magnetometer boom in the foreground. The MAG boom is deployed in flight at the outer end of one of the spacecraft's three solar arrays. The outboard sensor suite consists of a Fluxgate Magnetometer (FGM) visible just above the 2 Advanced Stellar Compass (ASC) light baffles that look outward at a slight angle. The inboard MAG sensor suit is identical, but rotated 180 degrees and located 2 meters away. When deployed, the two sensor suites will be about 10 and 12 meters from the center of the spacecraft. The spacecraft is shown in launch configuration with solar arrays and MAG boom stowed.

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http://junomag.gsfc.nasa.gov/

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Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/LMSS

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