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After almost a decade of building and testing the Mission Juno satellite -- a $1.1 billion spacecraft -- NASA officials placed the craft atop an Atlas V rocket Wednesday. It is set to blast off from Cape Canaveral, Florida, on August 5.
Lego Jupiter — the Roman god — and his Lego wife Juno will accompany the famed philosopher aboard NASA's Juno spacecraft when it launches on Friday bound for the largest planet in the solar system.