NASA's Juno spacecraft is visible in front of Jupiter, which appears as a large planet looming in the distance. All three of Juno's solar arrays are visible

Artist concept of NASA's Juno spacecraft, which in January 2016 became the most distant solar-powered spacecraft. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

Students will explore the practical applications of exponents and division to investigate what it takes for NASA spacecraft to travel deep into the solar system using only solar power.

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