Monthly Archives: July 2011

Nasa to peer through Jupiter’s stormy clouds for first time

Skimming 3,100 miles above Jupiter’s colourful clouds – the closest any spacecraft has got to Jupiter – the 66 feet wide Juno probe will spend a year looking deep inside the giant gas planet. Scientists hope to discover whether a … Continue reading

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NASA counts down to Jupiter mission

(CNN) — NASA scientists are slightly more than a week away from launching a Jupiter mission they say will unlock key secrets of how our solar system was formed. After almost a decade of building and testing the Mission Juno … Continue reading

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Jupiter mission: Find what Earth is made of

LOS ANGELES – Even for scientists versed in the grand scale of astronomy, it’s never been easy to grasp the scope of Jupiter. After all, you could fit every piece of the solar system other than the sun inside Jupiter … Continue reading

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Lobster mini-season’s opening day brings mixed results

Photo by Eric Hasert PHOTOS by ERIC HASERT/TREASURE COAST NEWSPAPERS Left: Chris Murton, 15, of Melbourne Beach, holds up his catch of the day at the boat dock at Sebastian Inlet, an 8- to 10-pound lobster caught off the coast … Continue reading

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NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Ready To Start Journey To Jupiter

The Juno spacecraft of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) arrived at its launch pad at the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida on Wednesday, ready for a mission to Jupiter to study the solar system, the Jet … Continue reading

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BIG, Inc. partners with Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum

Jupiter Business Ideas Group (BIG), Inc., a local non-profit business networking group, is partnering with Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Museum to better promote the historical significance of the facilities. The nonprofit Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Museum is funded through memberships, admissions, gift … Continue reading

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Trampoline Reviews – The Pros And Cons

Trampolines are a great way of developing body balance and keeping fit.  Sports people, children, young and old alike are opting for these trampolines as a way of entertainment and fun.  Used by circus folks and military training personnel a … Continue reading

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Cool Baja Jackets and Soft Shirts

If you are the kind of person who would want to be the envy of many certainly you need to do some extra effort to get the attention of others. Of course it is impossible to do that if you … Continue reading

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Collecting: A List of State Gemstones

Thirty of the fifty states in the United States of America have elected state gemstones. These vary from true gemstones like diamonds and topaz, to state specific stones like the Patuxent River stone of Maryland and benitoite, a rare mineral … Continue reading

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NASA Set to Launch Spacecraft Towards Jupiter Next Week

NASA has attached its next spacecraft bound to explore Jupiter to the rocket that will launch the unmanned probe towards the gas giant next week. Technicians wheeled NASA’s Juno probe to its launch pad at Florida’s Cape Canaveral Air Force … Continue reading

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