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(London Evening Standard)   Nasa's Juno spacecraft shares incredible 'pepperoni pizza' infrared picture of Jupiter cyclones, makes Subby hungry   (standard.co.uk) divider line
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2020-08-11 9:50:38 AM  
Naw, that pizza is way overcooked.  Send that shiat back and tell the chef to cook it right!
 
2020-08-11 10:28:26 AM  
Did we get the pictures back from Jupiter?
Nope
Damn... take a picture of lunch and post it
 
2020-08-11 10:42:56 AM  
FTA: "Nasa shared the image of Jupiter's polar region on Instagram to show how its James Webb Space Telescope had come across a cluster of cyclones on the planet. "

Did I miss a launch, or were the writer and editor out to lunch?
 
2020-08-11 10:50:18 AM  
here orbits io
peperony and chease
 
2020-08-11 11:00:09 AM  

OldJames: Did we get the pictures back from Jupiter?
Nope
Damn... take a picture of lunch and post it


I got a card back from Juno:

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Have you ever talked to an interplanetary spacecraft using Morse code.......   on weed?
 
2020-08-11 11:01:13 AM  

roostercube: FTA: "Nasa shared the image of Jupiter's polar region on Instagram to show how its James Webb Space Telescope had come across a cluster of cyclones on the planet. "

Did I miss a launch, or were the writer and editor out to lunch?


roostercube: FTA: "Nasa shared the image of Jupiter's polar region on Instagram to show how its James Webb Space Telescope had come across a cluster of cyclones on the planet. "

Did I miss a launch, or were the writer and editor out to lunch?


It's a British Tabloid.  Other places in the article do sorta acknowledge that Webb hasn't launched yet, that they were talking about how this will be an interesting target for Webb, and that the picture came from the on-station Juno probe.

But that was much further down the article, after their brainless and incompetent writing and editing stated that the picture had come from Webb.

I understand your reaction - I dearly wanted to pummel these morons senseless.
 
2020-08-11 11:07:07 AM  

Nicholas D. Wolfwood: roostercube: FTA: "Nasa shared the image of Jupiter's polar region on Instagram to show how its James Webb Space Telescope had come across a cluster of cyclones on the planet. "

Did I miss a launch, or were the writer and editor out to lunch?

roostercube: FTA: "Nasa shared the image of Jupiter's polar region on Instagram to show how its James Webb Space Telescope had come across a cluster of cyclones on the planet. "

Did I miss a launch, or were the writer and editor out to lunch?

It's a British Tabloid.  Other places in the article do sorta acknowledge that Webb hasn't launched yet, that they were talking about how this will be an interesting target for Webb, and that the picture came from the on-station Juno probe.

But that was much further down the article, after their brainless and incompetent writing and editing stated that the picture had come from Webb.

I understand your reaction - I dearly wanted to pummel these morons senseless.


They are just mis-reading the NASA tweet.  They makes reference to the Webb but don't say Webb took the picture.
 
2020-08-11 11:18:06 AM  

SirDigbyChickenCaesar: Nicholas D. Wolfwood: roostercube: FTA: "Nasa shared the image of Jupiter's polar region on Instagram to show how its James Webb Space Telescope had come across a cluster of cyclones on the planet. "

Did I miss a launch, or were the writer and editor out to lunch?

roostercube: FTA: "Nasa shared the image of Jupiter's polar region on Instagram to show how its James Webb Space Telescope had come across a cluster of cyclones on the planet. "

Did I miss a launch, or were the writer and editor out to lunch?

It's a British Tabloid.  Other places in the article do sorta acknowledge that Webb hasn't launched yet, that they were talking about how this will be an interesting target for Webb, and that the picture came from the on-station Juno probe.

But that was much further down the article, after their brainless and incompetent writing and editing stated that the picture had come from Webb.

I understand your reaction - I dearly wanted to pummel these morons senseless.

They are just mis-reading the NASA tweet.  They makes reference to the Webb but don't say Webb took the picture.


Second paragraph in TFA:

"Nasa shared the image of Jupiter's polar region on Instagram to show how its James Webb Space Telescope had come across a cluster of cyclones on the planet."

Gonna be a year or two yet before Webb comes across anything.  Change 'James Webb Space Telescope' to 'Juno Space Probe', and then that statement will be accurate.
 
2020-08-11 11:19:05 AM  
Looks like the Magic Roundabout
See How an Insane 7-Circle Roundabout Actually Works | WIRED
Youtube 6OGvj7GZSIo
 
2020-08-11 11:24:29 AM  
sudden rush of ye olde space news everywhere
 
2020-08-11 11:28:04 AM  

Nicholas D. Wolfwood: SirDigbyChickenCaesar: Nicholas D. Wolfwood: roostercube: FTA: "Nasa shared the image of Jupiter's polar region on Instagram to show how its James Webb Space Telescope had come across a cluster of cyclones on the planet. "

Did I miss a launch, or were the writer and editor out to lunch?

roostercube: FTA: "Nasa shared the image of Jupiter's polar region on Instagram to show how its James Webb Space Telescope had come across a cluster of cyclones on the planet. "

Did I miss a launch, or were the writer and editor out to lunch?

It's a British Tabloid.  Other places in the article do sorta acknowledge that Webb hasn't launched yet, that they were talking about how this will be an interesting target for Webb, and that the picture came from the on-station Juno probe.

But that was much further down the article, after their brainless and incompetent writing and editing stated that the picture had come from Webb.

I understand your reaction - I dearly wanted to pummel these morons senseless.

They are just mis-reading the NASA tweet.  They makes reference to the Webb but don't say Webb took the picture.

Second paragraph in TFA:

"Nasa shared the image of Jupiter's polar region on Instagram to show how its James Webb Space Telescope had come across a cluster of cyclones on the planet."

Gonna be a year or two yet before Webb comes across anything.  Change 'James Webb Space Telescope' to 'Juno Space Probe', and then that statement will be accurate.


That's what I said.  The website misread the NASA tweet and attributed it to the Webb.
 
2020-08-11 11:59:07 AM  

Nicholas D. Wolfwood: It's a British Tabloid.


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WHAT A BRITISH TABLOID MIGHT LOOK LIKE.
 
2020-08-11 12:00:41 PM  

dionysusaur: Looks like the Magic Roundabout
[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/6OGvj7GZ​SIo]


Yes, yes it does.....

Roundabout (2008 Remastered Version)
Youtube cPCLFtxpadE
 
2020-08-11 2:13:40 PM  
Is it still amore?
 
2020-08-11 2:38:18 PM  

Arkanaut: Is it still amore?


No, now it's a conger line.
 
2020-08-11 3:43:56 PM  
Pale Blue Dot - A Great Speech By Carl Sagan
Youtube EPXYUR5TqAQ

Wisdom lasts, all men die.
 
2020-08-11 8:15:19 PM  
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Al!
2020-08-12 1:51:55 AM  

SirDigbyChickenCaesar: Nicholas D. Wolfwood: SirDigbyChickenCaesar: Nicholas D. Wolfwood: roostercube: FTA: "Nasa shared the image of Jupiter's polar region on Instagram to show how its James Webb Space Telescope had come across a cluster of cyclones on the planet. "

Did I miss a launch, or were the writer and editor out to lunch?

roostercube: FTA: "Nasa shared the image of Jupiter's polar region on Instagram to show how its James Webb Space Telescope had come across a cluster of cyclones on the planet. "

Did I miss a launch, or were the writer and editor out to lunch?

It's a British Tabloid.  Other places in the article do sorta acknowledge that Webb hasn't launched yet, that they were talking about how this will be an interesting target for Webb, and that the picture came from the on-station Juno probe.

But that was much further down the article, after their brainless and incompetent writing and editing stated that the picture had come from Webb.

I understand your reaction - I dearly wanted to pummel these morons senseless.

They are just mis-reading the NASA tweet.  They makes reference to the Webb but don't say Webb took the picture.

Second paragraph in TFA:

"Nasa shared the image of Jupiter's polar region on Instagram to show how its James Webb Space Telescope had come across a cluster of cyclones on the planet."

Gonna be a year or two yet before Webb comes across anything.  Change 'James Webb Space Telescope' to 'Juno Space Probe', and then that statement will be accurate.

That's what I said.  The website misread the NASA tweet and attributed it to the Webb.


You guys don't even have a clue. Nasa (not to be confused with NASA) is a time travel agency from 2296, based in New Portugal.  After the Great Great War, the subsequent Grandfather of All Great Great Wars, and the Monopoly Shifting that followed (if you had Boardwalk and Park Place in 2294, you know what I'm talking about, the rest of you, well... everyone has to eat and it sucks to be food), contemporary London-based British tabloids began sending hot tips to today's reporters via time travelers, resulting in many stories that they were able to break nearly at the moment they happened.  As a result of the inundation of information, they often also got it wrong, resulting in stories being published sometimes years before they actually happened.  This is a direct result of British tabloids just not knowing what they are talking about, and also a direct result of them often just making stories up, making it difficult for editors in-the-know to understand which stories are "future-stories" and which stories are just traditional journalistic excrement.  This is clearly a 'future-story,' and was likely just published 21 months too early.
 
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