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NASA Spacecraft Juno on its Way for a 5-year Journey to Jupiter (Liftoff VIDEO)

Sixteen years ago, NASA’s spacecraft named “Galileo” had probably a death plunge through the cloud tops of the mysterious gas giant, Jupiter. However, it flashed or radioed back tantalizing data whatever it could gather. NASA now is making a fresh...
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