Teaming with the Southwest Research Institute and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, @radical.media today launched this interactive storytelling site introducing Mission Juno. The program aims to gather data on Jupiter's composition, atmosphere and how it was formed, among other things. The second spacecraft designed under NASA's New Frontier's Program, Juno is set to take off on August 5, 2011. The Project Juno site provides an immersive, storytelling experience to keep audiences informed and engaged throughout the mission, which will take six and a half years. It incorporates HD video, 3-D models, animation, Flash and NASA-provided assets. Closer to August launch, mobile and social components will be added, including a feature that allows the general public to vote on which images a JunoCam will send back to earth when the mission launches.