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Juno (in astronomy)

Juno (jōō´nō), in astronomy, 3d asteroid to be discovered. It was found in 1804 by C. Harding. It has a diameter of c.120 mi (190 km). Its average distance from the sun is 2.67 astronomical units, and its orbital period is 1,594 days.

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Juno

Juno A solar system asteroid (No. 3), diameter 268 km; approximate mass 2 × 1019 kg; rotational period 7.21 hours; orbital period 4.36 years. It was discovered in 1804 by K. Harding.

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Juno

Juno in Roman mythology, the most important goddess of the Roman state, wife of Jupiter. She was originally an ancient Italian goddess. Her Greek equivalent is Hera.

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Juno Asteroid discovered by Karl Harding in 1804. It is the tenth-largest asteroid, with a diameter of 244km (152mi).

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Juno

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