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Article: JUNO closes in on Jupiter watch

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    Space is a strange, yet wonderful, phenomena.

    However, next Monday, the 4th of July, will mark the day that we will begin to further understand our own galaxy. It is the day that NASA's JUNO spacecraft reaches Jupiter and completes the first stage of its mission that begun all the way back in 2011.

    Dr Christian Shroeder, Lecturer in Biological and Environmental Sciences, explains what will happen next in a far more detailed and 'sciency' way...

    Read more by following the link! -> http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/cont...-in-on-Jupiter
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    there is so much left to discover in our tiny corner of the Universe. i am sure that before long NASA will be able to probe Uranus.
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    (Original post by the bear)
    there is so much left to discover in our tiny corner of the Universe. i am sure that before long NASA will be able to probe Uranus.
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    (Original post by the bear)
    there is so much left to discover in our tiny corner of the Universe. i am sure that before long NASA will be able to probe Uranus.
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    (Original post by the bear)
    there is so much left to discover in our tiny corner of the Universe. i am sure that before long NASA will be able to probe Uranus.
    They did. As for probing an actual anus, I imagine there's some form of health check before being allowed in space. On the space station you have to schitt into a specially designed bog. To be able to do this, your arse has to be in good health.
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    Why couldnt they call it "Jupo"?
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    Transformers!
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    (Original post by the bear)
    there is so much left to discover in our tiny corner of the Universe. i am sure that before long NASA will be able to probe Uranus.
    Indeed, visiting the hidden depths of Uranus will be one of the most important missions of our times.
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    (Original post by Fullofsurprises)
    Indeed, visiting the hidden depths of Uranus will be one of the most important missions of our times.
    they will be able to perform delicate experiments. who knows what they will find there ? *
 
 
 
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