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Jason is a hero of Greek mythology who led the Argonauts and married Medea.
Jason or JASON may also refer to:
- HMS Jason, several ships in the Royal Navy
- Jason (ship), Norwegian whaling vessel
- USS Jason (AC-12), 1912 - 1936
- USS Jason (AR-8) US Navy repair ship 1944 - 1995
- Exploration science
- Jason (rocket), sounding rocket launched in 1958
- Jason (ROV), unmanned submersible robot developed by Robert Ballard
- Jason Jr., prototype of the Jason robot submersible used to explore the wreck of the RMS Titanic
- Jason-1, satellite altimeter used to measure the ocean surface topography, deactivated 2013
- Jason-2, satellite altimeter, successor to Jason-1
- Jason, crater on Phoebe, one of Saturn's moons
- JASON (advisory group), USA defense oriented consulting group
- Jason (comics), comic series by John Arne Sæterøy
- Jason (multi-agent systems development platform), an interpreter for an extended version of the AgentSpeak programming language
- JASON Project, high school science advocacy program
- JASON reactor, nuclear reactor in Greenwich, London, UK
- JSON, a lightweight computer data interchange format pronounced as "Jason"
- J'Son, an American R&B singer
- J-Son, Brazilian-born Swedish rapper and songwriter
- J'Sun, American singer and contestant on season 4 of US The Voice
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