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65 illustrations from Greek mythology including: Jason, Juno, Jupiter, Laius, Laocoon, Lapith, Leto, Loki, Lycurgus, Mars, Medea, Medusa, Meleager, Melpomene, Memmon, Menelaus, Mercury, Midas, Minerva, Minotaur, Narcissus, Neptune, Nereid, Nike, Niobe, Oceanus, Orestes, and Orpheus

from Mail Online

Jupiter's North Pole 'like nothing we have seen or imagined before'

This montage of 10 JunoCam images shows Jupiter growing and shrinking in apparent size before and after NASA's Juno spacecraft made its closest approach on August 27, 2016, at 12:50 UTC. The images are spaced about 10 hours apart, one Jupiter day, so the Great Red Spot is always in roughly the same place. The small black spots visible on the planet in some of the images are shadows of the large Galilean moons.

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from Barnes & Noble

Greek and Roman Mythology : History, Art, Reference. Heracles, Zeus, Jupiter, Juno, Apollo, Venus, Cyclops, Titans

Greek and Roman Mythology : History, Art, Reference. Heracles, Zeus, Jupiter, Juno, Apollo, Venus, Cyclops, Titans.

Capitoline Triad: (left to right) Minerva (Athena), Jupiter (Zeus), Juno (Hera), Roman statues (marble), 2nd century AD, (Museo archeologico prenestino, Palestrina).

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from Mail Online

Lego figures flying on Juno probe hurtle towards planet at 165,000 mph

Juno's countdown begins: After 5 years and 1.8 billion miles, Nasa probe hurtles towards Jupiter at 150,000 mph | Daily Mail Online

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from The Verge

The Juno spacecraft orbiting Jupiter has a Lego crew on board

When the Juno spacecraft arrived at Jupiter earlier this week, it carried with it three tiny passengers: Lego figurines of the Roman god Jupiter, his wife Juno, and Italian astronomer Galileo...

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Juno (Latin pronunciation: [ˈjuːnoː]) is an ancient Roman goddess, the protector and special counselor of the state. She is a daughter of Saturn and sister (but also the wife) of the chief god Jupiter and the mother of Mars and Vulcan. Juno also looked after the women of Rome. Her Greek equivalent is Hera. As the patron goddess of Rome and the Roman Empire she was called Regina ("queen") and, together with Jupiter and Minerva, was worshipped as a triad on the Capitol (Juno Capitolina) in…

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JUPITER and JUNO SOSPITA with King Cobra Roman republic coin Ex Clain.MS

JUPITER and JUNO SOSPITA with King Cobra Roman republic coin Ex Clain.MS*

Capitoline Triad: (left to right) Minerva (Athena), Jupiter (Zeus), Juno (Hera), Roman statues (marble), 2nd century AD, (Museo archeologico prenestino, Palestrina).