Science Lego Journey to Jupiter

  In this undated image made available Friday July 2011, by Lego, showing three LEGO figurines, from left to right, representing the Roman god Jupiter, his wife Juno and Galileo Galilei, are shown aboard the Juno spacecraft. NASA's Jupiter-bound Juno spacecraft will carry the 1.5-inch figurines to Jupiter when the spacecraft launches on Friday Aug. 5, 2011, from Cape Canaveral, USA. The inclusion of the three mini-statues, is part of a joint outreach and educational program developed as part of a partnership between NASA and the LEGO Group aimed at inspiring children to explore science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The Juno spacecraft will take five years to reach Jupiter. (AP photo / NASA via Lego) NO SALES - EDITORIAL USE ONLY
In this undated image made available Friday July 2011, by Lego, showing three LEGO figurines, from left to right, representing the Roman god Jupiter, his wife Juno and Galileo Galilei, are shown aboard the Juno spacecraft. NASA's Jupiter-bound Juno spacecraft will carry the 1.5-inch figurines to Jupiter when the spacecraft launches on Friday Aug. 5, 2011, from Cape Canaveral, USA. The inclusion of the three mini-statues, is part of a joint outreach and educational program developed as part of a partnership between NASA and the LEGO Group aimed at inspiring children to explore science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The Juno spacecraft will take five years to reach Jupiter. (AP photo / NASA via Lego) NO SALES - EDITORIAL USE ONLY

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