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Convertible Note | Alive

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$1.5M | 3 yrs ago

About Jupiter

Jupiter operates as an online food and grocery delivery platform. It delivers groceries to consumers and places them in their refrigerators. The company is building a food logistics network that will reduce food waste. The company was founded in 2019 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Headquarters Location

60 29th Street Ste 1007

San Francisco, California, 94124,

United States




Research containing Jupiter

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned Jupiter in 1 CB Insights research brief, most recently on Dec 15, 2020.

Expert Collections containing Jupiter

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Jupiter Patents

Jupiter has filed 5 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • electric power distribution
  • electrical grid
  • energy storage
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Energy storage, Electric power distribution, Battery manufacturers, Electrical grid, Renewable energy


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Energy storage, Electric power distribution, Battery manufacturers, Electrical grid, Renewable energy



Latest Jupiter News

Hotfixes in space successfully release Juice’s RIME antenna

May 16, 2023

Working on the Juice (Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer) Mission, engineers at the European Space Agency have managed to remotely fix the operation of its Radar for Icy Moons Exploration (RIME) antenna. Following a successful launch of the craft in mid-April, for four weeks the 16-metre-long boom couldn’t escape its mounting bracket, as was planned. Flight controllers suspected that a small pin had jammed other segments in place – only the first segments of each half of the folded-up antenna were deployed. The problem, however, has now been overcome. ESA has described the actions of its mission control centre in Darmstadt: “To try to shift the pin, they shook Juice using its thrusters, then they warmed Juice with sunlight. Every day the RIME antenna was showing signs of movement, but no full release.” “On 12 May RIME was finally jolted into life when the flight control team fired a mechanical device called a ‘non-explosive actuator’ (NEA), located in the jammed bracket. This delivered a shock that moved the pin by a matter of millimetres and allowed the antenna to unfold.” The antenna is now released and stabilised into an extended, locked position. Once ESA’s Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer (Juice) arrives at Jupiter, it will use RIME to study the surface and subsurface structure of the planet’s icy moons down to a depth of 9 km. RIME is one of ten instruments on board Juice to investigate the emergence of habitable worlds around gas giants and the formation of the Solar System. Pictured above, the second stuck part of the RIME antenna is deployed. Pictured below (GIF), the first stuck part of the RIME antenna deploys. Juice The Juice mission was successfully launched, on an Ariane 5 rocket, from French Guiana on Friday 14th April After a long eight-year journey to Jupiter, the mission will make detailed observations of the gas giant and its three large ocean-bearing moons – Ganymede, Callisto and Europa – with a suite of instruments. It is expected to be reaching Ganymede in December 2034. According to the space agency: “The mission will characterise these moons as both planetary objects and possible habitats, explore Jupiter’s complex environment in depth, and study the wider Jupiter system as an archetype for gas giants across the Universe.” ESA adds that Juice will complete a number of Solar System firsts. For example, it will be the first spacecraft ever to orbit a moon other than our own – Jupiter’s largest moon Ganymede. Also, en route to Jupiter, it will perform the first ever lunar-Earth gravity assist to save propellant. You can read more about the mission on the ESA website .

Jupiter Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Jupiter founded?

    Jupiter was founded in 2019.

  • Where is Jupiter's headquarters?

    Jupiter's headquarters is located at 60 29th Street, San Francisco.

  • What is Jupiter's latest funding round?

    Jupiter's latest funding round is Convertible Note.

  • How much did Jupiter raise?

    Jupiter raised a total of $6.04M.

  • Who are the investors of Jupiter?

    Investors of Jupiter include NFX, Khosla Ventures, Y Combinator, The MBA Fund and Cathexis Ventures.

  • Who are Jupiter's competitors?

    Competitors of Jupiter include Modern Milkman and 4 more.


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HEB Grocery

HEB is a regional food retailer operating hundreds of grocery stores in Texas in a number of formats, including superstores, supermarkets and gourmet markets. It was founded in 1905 and is based in San Antonio, Texas.

Super Opa

Super Opa helps to reduce food waste in supermarkets by delivering groceries to homes. It offers an application that allows users to buy several products directly from the distributor for users to receive at any location. It also offers products with its Opa Seal, which allows users to help the world and at the same time save even more on purchases. The company was founded in 2019 and is based in Campinas, Brazil.

Modern Milkman Logo
Modern Milkman

Modern Milkman focuses on reducing household plastic waste. It allows users to order groceries such as milk, juice, eggs, butter, bread, fruit, and vegetables in plastic-free packaging and returnable glass bottles. It was founded in 2018 and is based in Lancashire, United Kingdom.

The Wally Shop

The Wally Shop is a zero-waste grocery delivery service that sources local, organic ingredients from farmers markets and bulk stores to make responsible grocery shopping convenient. Created to address the global waste problem and addiction to single-use plastic, The Wally Shop takes on an eco-friendly approach to modern day grocery delivery services by offering a completely zero-waste shopping experience. By utilizing couriers who both drop-off and retrieve customers' reusable packaging, The Wally Shop breaks down barriers to sustainable grocery shopping.


BuurtBuik is a non-profit organization. It fights against food waste by collecting abundant food and sharing it with local residents. It was founded in 2014 and is based in Amsterdam, Netherlands.


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