Juno Spacecraft

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The Juno spacecraft was launched on August 5, 2011 and entered into a polar orbit around Jupiter on July 4, 2016. The mission will investigate the weather, composition, structure, magnetosphere, gravity field, auroras, origin, and evolution of the gas giant. This will be accomplished using its suite of microwave, infrared, ultraviolet, plasma, and radio science instruments.

Click the main image to see example pages of the instructions and be sure to check out the free instructions for my smaller Mini Juno Spacecraft.

Learn more about this fascinating solar-powered craft at the Juno Mission Website and the Official NASA Website.

The Juno spacecraft also has three very interesting passengers on board. Tucked inside are LEGO minifigures of the Roman god Jupiter, his wife Juno, and Galileo Galilei. These particular minifigures are made out of aluminum instead of ABS plastic, like traditional minifugures.

Learn more about the fascinating story behind these figures here.

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MOC-1363

Name Juno Spacecraft
Designer Perijove
Designed 2016
Parts 887
Theme Space
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