PASSING JUNO

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On October 9th 2013 NASA’s Juno spacecraft flew past the earth and accomplished a speed of more than 8,800mph, now that is fast!! It looks to rendez-vous with Jupiter the largest planet in our solar system on July 4th 2016.

Photo : NASA/JPL-Caltech

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