On the 21st of September 2003 a NASA spacecraft called Galileo was sent into Jupiter's atmosphere. It was the end of an adventure that went on for 14 years. Throughout this 14 year adventure they discovered a spectacular achievement.
Galileo was the first of a new lifetime of unmanned space missions. The spacecraft was launched into space on the year 1989 and launched smoothly.
Soon later things began to go wrong. The high-gain antenna failed to send feedback back to Earth but the scientists did not give up and worked hard till it was back up and running.
Before the end of its mission, Galileo met up with another spacecraft that was on its way to Saturn for a few months and the two spacecrafts worked together to gather images of jupiter and its moons.
This week from Monday to Thursday the price waterhouse coppers came to our class to teach us about Financial Literacy. At Financial Literacy we learnt to save money, borrow money spend wisely and how to keep our identity safe from identity theft.