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Everything you need to know about NASA's awesome Juno mission

"Welcome to Jupiter!"

The words uttered by one of NASA's Juno mission commentators as their plucky little deep-space probe reached it's final destination - an orbit around the mysterious gas giant, Jupiter. 

Scientists and engineers whooped and hugged - all it was missing was a soaring score from John Williams. Because this mission is a big deal for NASA.

Here's what you need to know.

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