NASA’s Juno Mission to Jupiter is slated for launch Aug. 5 from Florida’s Kennedy Space Center. The primary goal of the mission is to understand the origin and evolution of the massive gas planet. The data should reveal not only the conditions of the early solar system, but also help scientists to better understand the hundreds of planetary systems recently discovered around other stars, she said.
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