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Juno Spacecraft

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    On August 5th, 2011, the Juno spacecraft launched from Cape Canaveral, starting its five year journey towards the largest planet in our solar system, Jupiter. The probe arrived into a polar orbit around Jupiter on July 5th, 2016 to then begin its 20 month long investigation of the mysterious giant. The purposes of the mission were to determine the composition of Jupiter, the gravity field, magnetic field and polar magnetosphere, among many other things.

 
 

The Set:

 

The probe features the three, massive solar panels, antenna, the gravity science dish, the magnetometer, and other scientific instruments to observe and explore Jupiter. This set is perfect for space enthusiasts, such as myself, and any support would be very welcome.

 

Piece Count: 345

 
 

Click here for more information: Juno

 

Any support will be most helpful and please share this project on Social media in any way you can. I hope this project can fly past 10,000 supporters, past review, and into Lego stores.