Ha! I love this, very cool. The spacecraft that just entered into orbit around Jupiter on Monday night (July 4th) after a five-year journey has three Lego figurines on board! The mission of the spacecraft is to study our solar system’s largest planet and the figurines represent Galileo, who discovered four of Jupiter’s moons in 1610, the Roman god Jupiter, and Jupiter’s wife Juno. Galileo is holding a model of the planet and his telescope, Jupiter is holding a lightning bolt, and Juno — the namesake of the spacecraft — is holding a magnifying glass to signify her search for truth. Of course, these aren’t your regular Legos, these were made of spacecraft-grade aluminum to withstand extreme temperatures.