Jupiter Or Bust, But First A Quick Fly-By Of Home

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Jupiter Or Bust, But First A Quick Fly-By Of Home

This image shows NASA's flight path for its Juno space probe, which buzzed Earth on Wednesday October 16th, 2013. 
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What is the point of this aside? 
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The highlighted text contains 
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The highlighted text illustrates that the mission managers were 
Click the link below to access this NPR story, then click "Listen to the Story." (This annotation contains a link)
The Messenger spacecraft is depicted over the Calvino Crater on Mercury in this enhanced-color image of the planet's surface. (This annotation contains an image)
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Which of the following can you infer from the previous image? 
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In your own words, please explain one of the points of the Morse code experiment that ham radio operators have been invited to participate in. 
An aurora, which is a Latin word meaning "sunrise" or the Roman goddess of dawn, is a natural light display in the sky caused by the collision of energetic charged particles with atoms. Jupiter's moons, especially Io, are powerful sources of auroras on Jupiter. (This annotation contains an image)
Juno or Bust Quiz 
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What is noteworthy about the date Juno is expected to reach Jupiter?