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MORE than 400 years after he discovered the planet's moons, ancient astronomer Galileo will travel to Jupiter along with some even more ancient companions.
Oh, and they'll all be made out of Lego.
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.