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Juno: space-pics: Latest image of Jupiter captured by the Juno Spacecraft!
Juno: space-pics:

Latest image of Jupiter captured by the Juno Spacecraft!

space-pics: Latest image of Jupiter captured by the Juno Spacecraft!

Juno: space-pics: Three-dimensional Jovian cloudscape, courtesy of NASA’s Juno spacecraft
Juno: space-pics:

Three-dimensional Jovian cloudscape, courtesy of NASA’s Juno spacecraft

space-pics: Three-dimensional Jovian cloudscape, courtesy of NASA’s Juno spacecraft

Juno: space-pics: Northern storms on Jupiter from Juno’s Perijove 26. Color enhanced.
Juno: space-pics:

Northern storms on Jupiter from Juno’s Perijove 26. Color enhanced.

space-pics: Northern storms on Jupiter from Juno’s Perijove 26. Color enhanced.

Juno: animalrates: This is Apollo and his stepdaughter Juno. They went shopping for something to keep Juno warm in the snow and this is all they could find. 13/10 for both‬ (@juno_verse) - (via)
Juno: animalrates:

This is Apollo and his stepdaughter Juno. They went shopping for something to keep Juno warm in the snow and this is all they could find. 13/10 for both‬ (@juno_verse) - (via)

animalrates: This is Apollo and his stepdaughter Juno. They went shopping for something to keep Juno warm in the snow and this is all th...

Juno: photos-of-space: ASA’s Juno Navigators Enable Jupiter Cyclone Discovery
Juno: photos-of-space:

ASA’s Juno Navigators Enable Jupiter Cyclone Discovery

photos-of-space: ASA’s Juno Navigators Enable Jupiter Cyclone Discovery

Juno: photos-of-space: Jupiter from the Juno Probe
Juno: photos-of-space:

Jupiter from the Juno Probe

photos-of-space: Jupiter from the Juno Probe

Juno: U B UBR BUSINESS NY TO RAISE DRIVER PAY July 3 New York City regulators are moving to raise wages for Uber drivers and drivers on other ridesharing apps. New York City regulators are moving to raise wages for drivers on Uber and other ride-hailing apps. This decision makes New York the first major American city to put pay rules in place for the ride-hailing companies. The proposal intends to bring drivers’ pay in line with New York’s $15- hour minimum wage. ___ The Taxi and Limousine Commission released a study addressing the issue at hand: Uber drivers and drivers for other ride sharing companies are underpaid, and 85% of them do not make over minimum wage. The study states : “[the drivers’] low pay has persisted despite the rapid growth of the industry.” ___ The study explains that if a ride-hailing app driver’s earnings fall below $17.22-hour over the course of a week, the companies have to make up the difference. The study suggests companies can afford to absorb this cost by lowering their commissions (about an average of 10-25% of passenger fares). The study reveals the median net hourly earnings in the ride-hailing app industry is about $14.25. ___ The New York pay rules would apply to the four major car service apps: Uber, Lyft, Via and Juno. These four ride-hailing apps provide more than 10,000 trips each day in New York. ___ Alix Anfang, a spokeswoman for Uber, said the proposal could hurt “riders through substantially increased prices and reduced service.” ____ The Taxi and Limousine Commission’s study did not address yellow cab drivers.
Juno: U B
 UBR
 BUSINESS
 NY TO RAISE DRIVER PAY
 July 3 New York City regulators are
 moving to raise wages for Uber drivers and
 drivers on other ridesharing apps.
New York City regulators are moving to raise wages for drivers on Uber and other ride-hailing apps. This decision makes New York the first major American city to put pay rules in place for the ride-hailing companies. The proposal intends to bring drivers’ pay in line with New York’s $15- hour minimum wage. ___ The Taxi and Limousine Commission released a study addressing the issue at hand: Uber drivers and drivers for other ride sharing companies are underpaid, and 85% of them do not make over minimum wage. The study states : “[the drivers’] low pay has persisted despite the rapid growth of the industry.” ___ The study explains that if a ride-hailing app driver’s earnings fall below $17.22-hour over the course of a week, the companies have to make up the difference. The study suggests companies can afford to absorb this cost by lowering their commissions (about an average of 10-25% of passenger fares). The study reveals the median net hourly earnings in the ride-hailing app industry is about $14.25. ___ The New York pay rules would apply to the four major car service apps: Uber, Lyft, Via and Juno. These four ride-hailing apps provide more than 10,000 trips each day in New York. ___ Alix Anfang, a spokeswoman for Uber, said the proposal could hurt “riders through substantially increased prices and reduced service.” ____ The Taxi and Limousine Commission’s study did not address yellow cab drivers.

New York City regulators are moving to raise wages for drivers on Uber and other ride-hailing apps. This decision makes New York the firs...

Juno: astronomyblog: This image of Jupiter was taken by Juno on December 16 and then processed by citizen scientist David Marriott. Image credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / SwRI / MSSS / David Marriott 
Juno: astronomyblog:



This image of Jupiter was taken by Juno on December 16 and then processed by citizen scientist David Marriott.
Image credit: NASA / JPL-Caltech / SwRI / MSSS / David Marriott 

astronomyblog: This image of Jupiter was taken by Juno on December 16 and then processed by citizen scientist David Marriott. Image cr...

Juno: possumoftheday: they live under my house :] How cute! Thank you for your submission, Juno!
Juno: possumoftheday:
they live under my house :]
How cute! Thank you for your submission, Juno!

possumoftheday: they live under my house :] How cute! Thank you for your submission, Juno!

Juno: photos-of-space: South Pole of Jupiter as seen by Juno Spacecraft (2646 x 3395)
Juno: photos-of-space:

South Pole of Jupiter as seen by Juno Spacecraft (2646 x 3395)

photos-of-space: South Pole of Jupiter as seen by Juno Spacecraft (2646 x 3395)

Juno: Jupiter by Juno . Image credit & Copyright: NASA - SwRI - MSSS - Gerald Eichstädt - Seán Doran . Juno is a NASA spacecraft. It is exploring the planet Jupiter. The Juno spacecraft launched aboard an Atlas V (Atlas “5”) rocket in August 2011. It reached Jupiter in 2016. That was a five-year trip! The name "Juno" comes from stories told by the Romans long ago. In the stories, Juno was the wife of Jupiter. Jupiter hid behind clouds so no one could see him causing trouble. But Juno could see through the clouds. . And the Juno spacecraft can see through the clouds of the planet Jupiter. Juno is helping scientists study Jupiter. What they learn will help us understand how Jupiter and other planets began. . The spacecraft did not land. Juno is called an "orbiter." This kind of spacecraft flies around, or orbits, a planet. Juno will orbit Jupiter 37 times in all. Juno will orbit Jupiter's north and south poles for about one year. One trip around Jupiter takes Juno about 14 days. Juno has science tools to study Jupiter's atmosphere. (The atmosphere is the layer of gases around a planet.) Juno will take the first pictures of Jupiter's poles. The spacecraft will study the lights around Jupiter's north and south poles, too. Juno gets its power from the sun. The spacecraft has three large solar panels around its six-sided body. . Juno will help scientists understand how Jupiter was made. The spacecraft will help them learn how Jupiter has changed, too. The new discoveries can help us understand more about our solar system. (Source: NASA) Repost @timeless_universe
Juno: Jupiter by Juno . Image credit & Copyright: NASA - SwRI - MSSS - Gerald Eichstädt - Seán Doran . Juno is a NASA spacecraft. It is exploring the planet Jupiter. The Juno spacecraft launched aboard an Atlas V (Atlas “5”) rocket in August 2011. It reached Jupiter in 2016. That was a five-year trip! The name "Juno" comes from stories told by the Romans long ago. In the stories, Juno was the wife of Jupiter. Jupiter hid behind clouds so no one could see him causing trouble. But Juno could see through the clouds. . And the Juno spacecraft can see through the clouds of the planet Jupiter. Juno is helping scientists study Jupiter. What they learn will help us understand how Jupiter and other planets began. . The spacecraft did not land. Juno is called an "orbiter." This kind of spacecraft flies around, or orbits, a planet. Juno will orbit Jupiter 37 times in all. Juno will orbit Jupiter's north and south poles for about one year. One trip around Jupiter takes Juno about 14 days. Juno has science tools to study Jupiter's atmosphere. (The atmosphere is the layer of gases around a planet.) Juno will take the first pictures of Jupiter's poles. The spacecraft will study the lights around Jupiter's north and south poles, too. Juno gets its power from the sun. The spacecraft has three large solar panels around its six-sided body. . Juno will help scientists understand how Jupiter was made. The spacecraft will help them learn how Jupiter has changed, too. The new discoveries can help us understand more about our solar system. (Source: NASA) Repost @timeless_universe

Jupiter by Juno . Image credit & Copyright: NASA - SwRI - MSSS - Gerald Eichstädt - Seán Doran . Juno is a NASA spacecraft. It is explori...