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The Juno Mission - Jupiter Revealed

Juno has finally reached the planet Jupiter; "We have conquered Jupiter," say scientists. What is Juno? Juno is a NASA space probe currently orbiting the planet Jupiter. It was launched from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on August 5, 2011, as part of the New Frontiers program, and entered Jupiter orbit on July 4, 2016. We are only at the beginning of what could be an amazing season of discovery about our fifth planet from the sun!

Every day we will discover new things about Jupiter and we encourage you to join the exploration by following @NASAJuno or visiting the NASA website. But did you know the Urantia Book goes into amazing depth about our Solar system - including references to Jupiter?

For example:

57:6.6 4,000,000,000 years ago witnessed the organization of the Jupiter and Saturn systems except for their moons, which continued to increase in size for several billions of years. In fact, all of the planets and satellites of the solar system are still growing as the result of continued meteoric captures.

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57:5.10 Jupiter and Saturn, being derived from the very center of the enormous column of superheated solar gases, contained so much highly heated sun material that they shone with a brilliant light and emitted enormous volumes of heat; they were in reality secondary suns for a short period after their formation as separate space bodies. These two largest of the solar system planets have remained largely gaseous to this day, not even yet having cooled off to the point of complete condensation or solidification.

Part III of The Urantia Book is the real history of our world (Urantia), from its galactic beginnings to present-day. Many gaps in our understanding of our world and our universe are filled in thanks to this amazing gift of revelation! Read all about our solar system that we call home. HERE

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