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Juno is a spacecraft designed and operated by (by/from/of) NASA, the US space agency. It was (is/was/has been) launched from Cape Canaveral on August 5th, 2011 and is 3.5 metres in height. When its (its/it's/his) wings are open, Juno is more than 20 metres wide. The spacecraft gets its name from Juno, who in Roman mythology was queen of the gods. She was married to (with/in/to) the king, Jupiter. He wasn't always (never/always/sometimes)well-behaved and Juno often looked down through the clouds to see (saw/seeing/see) what he was doing. This is also what the spacecraft will do – it will look through the clouds that cover the surface of the planet Jupiter. Jupiter is the largest (larger/largest/large) planet in our solar system. It is two and a half times larger than (as/then/than) all the other planets in our solar system combined. The planet turns at high speed, completing one turn every (every/each/all) ten hours. Thanks to this mission, it will be the first (one/first/prime) time that humans will see what lies beneath Jupiter's cloudy atmosphere. The main aim is to understand how the planet formed and evolved, which in turn will give (had given/gave/will give) us more information about the rest of the solar system.


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