Juno & NASA's Plutonium Shortage

Many people asked why Juno is using Solar Panels instead of a Radioisotope Thermal Generator which has been been used by all previous visitors to Jupiter. The reason is NASA is running out of the Plutonium Isotope used in their RTG design.

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+2 1. Judge-Jake commented 3 years ago

As Neil Drury and the Blockheads once sang "There ain't half been some clever basteds":'(

I made a scientific discovery this morning..If you approach ('sneak up on' if you will) the r on the snort logo from the left it doesn't see you coming and forgets to do a somersault, This proves without doubt that contray to what you might think the r is looking to the right and has ears on either side showing only the right eye and ear to the viewer. The far right hand side of the r must by default be it's nose. This means of course as you sneak up from the left hand side you are effectively approaching it's Arse or Ass if you are an American. The wonders of scientific experimentation>:)
I also wonder if any other snotrian has discovered the way to make the r spin continuously?
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+2 2. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

As always, love JJ on a roll<3
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+3 3. kirkelicious commented 3 years ago

#1 I snuck up on the basterd from the left and was able to detect a roll. So, dear colleague, I suspect a flaw in your experimental setup. Don't get me wrong: I am not trying to diminish your scientific breakthrough. Your model can still be valid in parts, considering your claims about nose and ears. The part about its butt, or arse if you will, needs a careful revision. You will find that the r will respond to pinching of the "snot". It seems to be a sensory organ, and in my interpretation of the data most likely the "sn" and "ot" are r's aforementioned buttocks.
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+3 4. ComentAtor commented 3 years ago

#1 repeatingly poking the r relaxes me .. maybe even a bit of aro.. is coming
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0 5. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

Love this video...understand the concept now after several times of watching it, another true snotr video..