On September 1, 1804, Karl Ludwig Harding discovers Juno.

On this day (September 1) in 1804, the astronomer Karl Ludwig Harding discovers Juno, one of the largest asteroids.
Karl Ludwig Harding, born in Lauenburg/Elbe on September 29, 1765, was a German astronomer.
Juno was the third asteroid to be discovered and is one of the largest in the asteroid belt. It was named after the goddess Juno of Roman mythology, goddess of marriage and queen of the gods.
The asteroid Juno has about 1% of the mass of the asteroid belt.
It is an exceptionally reflective S-type asteroid. S-type asteroids are rocky asteroids that are made primarily of silicates of iron and magnesium.
- I've seen Juno!
- very good...
- I've seen Juno!
- and how is life going?
- who?
- That Juno
- Juno is an asteroid
-well, she had studied
- you don't listen to me
- thanks, me to you too

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