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NASA has confirmed a 2011 launch date for its Jupiter-bound Juno spacecraft, equipped to probe the planet's "formation, evolution and structure". Artist's impression of Juno at Jupiter. Graphic: NASA Scott Bolton, Juno principal investigator from the Southwest Research Institute, explained: "Jupiter is the archetype of giant …

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Water on Jupiter! Yay. Set the controls for the heart of the Sun

Way to go NASA - a bit further up Uranus.

After all, who really wants to know why or how Jupiter makes the "volcanoes" of Io go walkabout? Sic - eppure si muovono!

What is certain is that after this mission data rolls in, "we" will understand less than we ever did.

That would be quite an achievement of science.

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God's timeshare?

Doesn't the Big Guy have a timeshare on Jupiter?

He will be less pleased at all the peering from NASA.

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