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Top of the north [ID: 1270] - currently : 64.206° latitude, 145.656° longitude Top of the North Pole [ID: 1269] - currently : 59.706° latitude, 159.408° longitude Brown Point [ID: 1267] - currently : -15.174° latitude, 313.056° longitude Mars's Pimple #2 [ID: 1266] - currently : -53.91° latitude, 315.864° longitude Lisowski 3 [ID: 1263] - currently : 7.254° latitude, 329.652° longitude Top of the planet [ID: 1261] - currently : 60.102° latitude, 242.82° longitude The Jovian Blizzard [ID: 1259] - currently : 17.118° latitude, 345.888° longitude Jupiters Large Ketchup Stain [ID: 1258] - currently : 26.316° latitude, 204.696° longitude My point [ID: 1257] - currently : -2.754° latitude, 149.652° longitude gas giant [ID: 1256] - currently : 25.452° latitude, 230.976° longitude The Eye of the White Whale. [ID: 1255] - currently : 6.588° latitude, 56.736° longitude CSD 001 -- WHITE OVAL [ID: 1253] - currently : -50.67° latitude, 115.02° longitude ricks portal [ID: 1252] - currently : 6.444° latitude, 301.392° longitude MK-01 [ID: 1251] - currently : 15.372° latitude, 353.268° longitude Klehm's Ribbon [ID: 1250] - currently : -11.034° latitude, 301.356° longitude Dark Eye [ID: 1249] - currently : -30.582° latitude, 334.944° longitude South Polar region [ID: 1248] - currently : -70.092° latitude, 350.604° longitude Turbulent sector of the NNTB [ID: 1247] - currently : 33.39° latitude, 326.412° longitude STB Ghost east end [ID: 1246] - currently : -29.142° latitude, 345.672° longitude GloriaVanderbelt [ID: 1244] - currently : 22.788° latitude, 179.352° longitude StormsOfSkylias [ID: 1243] - currently : 7.47° latitude, 158.004° longitude Storm collision @ cloud phase transitions [ID: 1242] - currently : -28.692° latitude, 298.476° longitude storm surge [ID: 1241] - currently : 9.936° latitude, 121.752° longitude White Swirl in Equatorial Belt NorthWest of Great Red Spot (GRS) [ID: 1238] - currently : 12.114° latitude, 91.224° longitude Polar cloud Differentiation [ID: 1237] - currently : 51.408° latitude, 25.524° longitude Black dot [ID: 1236] - currently : 37.206° latitude, 338.184° longitude Brown's anomaly [ID: 1235] - currently : -46.728° latitude, 263.7° longitude Massive Brown "Barge" [ID: 1234] - currently : 14.166° latitude, 69.12° longitude Markeš [ID: 1232] - currently : 17.046° latitude, 214.776° longitude The 253 Squad [ID: 1231] - currently : 34.524° latitude, 137.268° longitude tuber1 [ID: 1230] - currently : 23.364° latitude, 353.376° longitude I'm the king of the mountain [ID: 1229] - currently : 31.086° latitude, 13.5° longitude Hurricane Rachel [ID: 1227] - currently : -51.732° latitude, 300.204° longitude Dark spot [ID: 1226] - currently : -13.932° latitude, 10.368° longitude Random Spot [ID: 1225] - currently : -47.862° latitude, 179.136° longitude Random Spot [ID: 1224] - currently : -58.266° latitude, 99.612° longitude Caltech, by Halka [ID: 1223] - currently : -3.024° latitude, 329.112° longitude Romulus and Remus [ID: 1222] - currently : 50.616° latitude, 320.004° longitude Dan's Spot [ID: 1221] - currently : -15.57° latitude, 336.888° longitude Iago [ID: 1220] - currently : 37.53° latitude, 110.088° longitude Romeo and Juliet [ID: 1219] - currently : 14.922° latitude, 154.476° longitude A little wave action [ID: 1218] - currently : -12.078° latitude, 106.2° longitude [ID: 1217] - currently : -53.226° latitude, 276.264° longitude White spot b [ID: 1215] - currently : 17.838° latitude, 44.424° longitude Herbert Elwood Gilliland The Third [ID: 1210] - currently : 32.022° latitude, 234.036° longitude Legalize Marjuana [ID: 1209] - currently : 43.488° latitude, 59.364° longitude Dalmatian Zone [ID: 1206] - currently : -25.092° latitude, 340.38° longitude Dark Nodule [ID: 1205] - currently : 33.156° latitude, 244.404° longitude Complex High Contrast [ID: 1204] - currently : 11.808° latitude, 41.976° longitude Fractured Boundary [ID: 1203] - currently : -31.464° latitude, 69.984° longitude WHITE SPOT [ID: 1202] - currently : 43.038° latitude, 245.952° longitude Coolest place on Jupiter [ID: 1200] - currently : -29.574° latitude, 354.492° longitude Blue [ID: 1199] - currently : -1.026° latitude, 293.76° longitude South sea [ID: 1198] - currently : -44.352° latitude, 45.648° longitude Flower Moon [ID: 1196] - currently : 24.408° latitude, 36.756° longitude Orange Distortion [ID: 1195] - currently : -56.088° latitude, 146.052° longitude White Tempest [ID: 1193] - currently : 39.15° latitude, 47.592° longitude Renslow [ID: 1192] - currently : -46.08° latitude, 329.328° longitude Whale's Tail [ID: 1191] - currently : -14.706° latitude, 327.816° longitude Blue Waves [ID: 1190] - currently : 8.37° latitude, 210.168° longitude Oh boy we're not in Kansas anymore [ID: 1186] - currently : -65.646° latitude, 272.412° longitude Maruta sangam [ID: 1185] - currently : 50.31° latitude, 205.524° longitude Red bubble [ID: 1184] - currently : -14.418° latitude, 204.48° longitude Southern FFRs [ID: 1183] - currently : -62.298° latitude, 184.284° longitude Southern Edge of Northern FFRs [ID: 1182] - currently : 49.932° latitude, 139.212° longitude A Whirl of a Pearl [ID: 1181] - currently : -36.918° latitude, 59.94° longitude Northern area 44 [ID: 1180] - currently : 50.814° latitude, 35.928° longitude Earth Rise [ID: 1178] - currently : -77.85° latitude, 134.46° longitude seiedmorteza 7 [ID: 1176] - currently : 26.082° latitude, 67.212° longitude Eye of Odin [ID: 1175] - currently : -27.684° latitude, 329.976° longitude Salem's Lot [ID: 1173] - currently : 37.944° latitude, 186.444° longitude Equatorial Zone Cyclone [ID: 1172] - currently : -5.112° latitude, 95.184° longitude Hot Spot Tail [ID: 1171] - currently : 6.282° latitude, 48.24° longitude Line of air separation [ID: 1170] - currently : 25.722° latitude, 218.484° longitude saknelap [ID: 1169] - currently : 7.92° latitude, 95.148° longitude Jupiter Cape of Good Hope [ID: 1168] - currently : 60.066° latitude, 220.644° longitude The darkest spot [ID: 1167] - currently : -61.74° latitude, 88.308° longitude The swirl [ID: 1164] - currently : 8.46° latitude, 227.16° longitude Shadow Boundary [ID: 1163] - currently : 27.666° latitude, 95.256° longitude Cloud palace [ID: 1159] - currently : 34.686° latitude, 72.972° longitude What's uhhh, what's going on here? [ID: 1158] - currently : 38.16° latitude, 79.884° longitude Rock the band [ID: 1156] - currently : 24.606° latitude, 74.16° longitude triharmonius_convergence? [ID: 1155] - currently : -50.526° latitude, 164.772° longitude Between the Pearls [ID: 1154] - currently : -38.286° latitude, 180° longitude STB Spectre [ID: 1153] - currently : -28.782° latitude, 201.96° longitude End of clouds [ID: 1151] - currently : -57.114° latitude, 68.724° longitude Agustín´s POI [ID: 1150] - currently : -46.962° latitude, 87.012° longitude The White Wizard [ID: 1146] - currently : 11.754° latitude, 285.984° longitude Transition [ID: 1144] - currently : -37.872° latitude, 146.844° longitude Squiggly black line [ID: 1141] - currently : 27.756° latitude, 261.756° longitude north pole [ID: 1139] - currently : 57.6° latitude, 301.068° longitude Near the SP [ID: 1135] - currently : -46.296° latitude, 63.54° longitude Silence of the Lambs [ID: 1134] - currently : -57.402° latitude, 32.04° longitude Things seem quiet in the south [ID: 1131] - currently : -63.54° latitude, 154.368° longitude Dark Structure [ID: 1127] - currently : 34.074° latitude, 348.912° longitude Red Scar [ID: 1124] - currently : 26.388° latitude, 314.82° longitude CP3O [ID: 1123] - currently : -63.558° latitude, 322.596° longitude Juno123 [ID: 1118] - currently : 8.874° latitude, 246.348° longitude selected location [ID: 1113] - currently : 32.454° latitude, 289.26° longitude Phantom [ID: 1112] - currently : -52.794° latitude, 340.812° longitude Collision of colours [ID: 1100] - currently : 9.828° latitude, 315.684° longitude AB Territory [ID: 1098] - currently : 39.366° latitude, 315.684° longitude Rust Belt [ID: 1092] - currently : 20.34° latitude, 315.252° longitude évolution, color,shapes, chemical composition of clouds [ID: 1091] - currently : -19.548° latitude, 155.556° longitude Border1 [ID: 1089] - currently : 13.932° latitude, 299.952° longitude Wake turbulance [ID: 1086] - currently : -16.704° latitude, 191.808° longitude Friccin [ID: 1084] - currently : -8.982° latitude, 211.104° longitude Location Stargate [ID: 1083] - currently : 16.434° latitude, 307.872° longitude Ut på tur aldri sur [ID: 1081] - currently : -54.234° latitude, 57.384° longitude The nutshack [ID: 1076] - currently : 39.366° latitude, 305.28° longitude Cloud Ripple [ID: 1071] - currently : -53.136° latitude, 185.148° longitude White line in red band [ID: 1069] - currently : 10.008° latitude, 296.064° longitude Dynamic clouds 1 [ID: 1067] - currently : 7.11° latitude, 251.424° longitude Turbulent maximus [ID: 1066] - currently : -12.6° latitude, 251.316° longitude Wagon Wheel [ID: 1065] - currently : 47.592° latitude, 313.488° longitude LowerCloudyPart [ID: 1064] - currently : -44.874° latitude, 26.784° longitude Tan Seashore [ID: 1062] - currently : -41.706° latitude, 103.608° longitude Southern 369 [ID: 1060] - currently : -59.562° latitude, 48.96° longitude Sky Dunes [ID: 1058] - currently : 8.658° latitude, 340.38° longitude DarkAgent's Vault [ID: 1057] - currently : -2.88° latitude, 201.528° longitude A point of Contrast [ID: 1055] - currently : 4.05° latitude, 338.472° longitude Looking for a Vacuum in Space [ID: 1054] - currently : -3.888° latitude, 305.28° longitude Half-way to the middle of nowhere. [ID: 1053] - currently : -4.752° latitude, 44.028° longitude The Great Red Spot [ID: 1052] - currently : -19.962° latitude, 182.052° longitude Black Hole [ID: 1051] - currently : -13.392° latitude, 240.48° longitude Spotty McSpotFace [ID: 1050] - currently : 33.732° latitude, 149.652° longitude Pippo [ID: 1049] - currently : -73.08° latitude, 340.236° longitude HotSpot [ID: 1048] - currently : 8.982° latitude, 238.14° longitude Outbreak! [ID: 1046] - currently : -11.808° latitude, 281.412° longitude The Big Red Stripe v2 [ID: 1043] - currently : 22.788° latitude, 235.764° longitude Rainbow Band [ID: 1042] - currently : 21.744° latitude, 250.128° longitude Clear Skies [ID: 1039] - currently : 7.056° latitude, 307.836° longitude Structure01 [ID: 1038] - currently : -3.456° latitude, 319.572° longitude Zorro [ID: 1037] - currently : -3.06° latitude, 186.984° longitude Jupiter South [ID: 1034] - currently : -59.994° latitude, 13.608° longitude Dark Clouds [ID: 1024] - currently : 27.018° latitude, 48.492° longitude Dark spot with arc [ID: 1018] - currently : -3.474° latitude, 88.956° longitude Wonderful North Pole [ID: 1017] - currently : 75.006° latitude, 194.256° longitude Thick white band [ID: 1016] - currently : -27.486° latitude, 238.14° longitude The wonderful south pole [ID: 1015] - currently : -72.144° latitude, 299.16° longitude Crown of the king [ID: 1010] - currently : 62.28° latitude, 353.592° longitude Cap of Jupiter [ID: 1004] - currently : 66.978° latitude, 253.62° longitude Belt-Zone border [ID: 1000] - currently : -26.064° latitude, 169.812° longitude Covenant 151016 [ID: 990] - currently : -64.62° latitude, 204.804° longitude Jovian Antartica [ID: 981] - currently : -81.072° latitude, 280.368° longitude An Interesting Band Point [ID: 977] - currently : -48.258° latitude, 125.208° longitude Light-Dark Front [ID: 971] - currently : 53.478° latitude, 325.188° longitude South pole [ID: 970] - currently : -77.4° latitude, 116.352° longitude Turbulent region in upper belt [ID: 959] - currently : 29.844° latitude, 191.664° longitude South Tropical Zone (STrZ) [ID: 950] - currently : -43.866° latitude, 160.416° longitude Rich Band of Clouds [ID: 946] - currently : 14.436° latitude, 107.604° longitude Zones of Lightning Storms? [ID: 945] - currently : 47.826° latitude, 233.352° longitude Juno eye [ID: 944] - currently : 41.724° latitude, 28.872° longitude dark spot [ID: 915] - currently : 43.974° latitude, 346.788° longitude Gas irregulartiy [ID: 839] - currently : 17.586° latitude, 124.92° longitude Great Polar Spot [ID: 830] - currently : 43.308° latitude, 153.612° longitude Langmuir-like Repetitive Flows [ID: 825] - currently : -30.528° latitude, 101.304° longitude Band edge/boundary [ID: 776] - currently : -7.272° latitude, 112.644° longitude Polar Black Spots [ID: 689] - currently : 44.892° latitude, 195.948° longitude Band boundary with striations [ID: 674] - currently : -31.734° latitude, 26.208° longitude Limb Opacity [ID: 662] - currently : 55.692° latitude, 5.796° longitude Merging of Elements [ID: 642] - currently : 5.472° latitude, 84.996° longitude Clearing [ID: 618] - currently : 24.408° latitude, 124.38° longitude AuroraField001 [ID: 591] - currently : 60.192° latitude, 63.54° longitude The Big Red Stripe [ID: 573] - currently : 22.824° latitude, 138.024° longitude Maximus Spatium [ID: 539] - currently : 43.812° latitude, 128.592° longitude Black and... [ID: 494] - currently : 6.768° latitude, 102.24° longitude Darker skies [ID: 468] - currently : 50.85° latitude, 268.704° longitude Beautiful Swirling Clouds [ID: 417] - currently : 1.17° latitude, 24.084° longitude mortyland [ID: 407] - currently : -12.114° latitude, 59.22° longitude Empty Area [ID: 397] - currently : -20.718° latitude, 266.436° longitude Zone-Belt Transition [ID: 376] - currently : -5.256° latitude, 102.384° longitude Fibonacci vortex [ID: 362] - currently : 16.686° latitude, 165.384° longitude Little Greenish place [ID: 341] - currently : 3.42° latitude, 136.98° longitude Colour Strip Change [ID: 325] - currently : -6.138° latitude, 174.132° longitude Deep Band Interface Region - NW of GRS [ID: 324] - currently : -4.464° latitude, 0.64800000000002° longitude Distant Spring [ID: 315] - currently : 2.394° latitude, 174.312° longitude Dark Spot [ID: 306] - currently : 6.192° latitude, 67.104° longitude dark area. [ID: 285] - currently : 6.156° latitude, 357.264° longitude Possible Cloudbreak. [ID: 280] - currently : -2.592° latitude, 356.868° longitude Sharp edge [ID: 271] - currently : 7.866° latitude, 323.532° longitude POI NCC-1701-E [ID: 260] - currently : 15.57° latitude, 322.596° longitude Transition of cloud belt colour [ID: 232] - currently : 5.85° latitude, 195.948° longitude banding boundery [ID: 214] - currently : 14.796° latitude, 186.984° longitude Swirls of clouds [ID: 196] - currently : -6.174° latitude, 16.056° longitude North Pole on Jupiter [ID: 194] - currently : 50.526° latitude, 282.708° longitude Dark Elongated Spot on The North Pole Area [ID: 193] - currently : 39.078° latitude, 255.492° longitude Edge of the White Highway [ID: 192] - currently : -6.552° latitude, 37.26° longitude The Double Swirl [ID: 188] - currently : -10.386° latitude, 68.292° longitude happyequator [ID: 187] - currently : -2.88° latitude, 120.708° longitude cosmic cloud 1 [ID: 183] - currently : 27.018° latitude, 339.984° longitude long, dark canyon [ID: 178] - currently : -8.028° latitude, 224.568° longitude Edge of Great Red Spot [ID: 172] - currently : -22.932° latitude, 41.004° longitude Band Transition [ID: 171] - currently : 13.392° latitude, 278.028° longitude Deep haze [ID: 168] - currently : -62.244° latitude, 223.236° longitude Scott' polar cap [ID: 166] - currently : 64.836° latitude, 205.488° longitude Lower Great Red Spot Atmospheric Flow [ID: 159] - currently : -25.524° latitude, 59.22° longitude Within the Wake of the Great Red Dot [ID: 156] - currently : -11.808° latitude, 181.62° longitude Dark Band [ID: 155] - currently : 31.248° latitude, 272.376° longitude Small White Storm [ID: 154] - currently : 39.546° latitude, 285.984° longitude Fulgur [ID: 144] - currently : -20.736° latitude, 29.16° longitude SPOT OF BRAHMAN [ID: 138] - currently : 13.914° latitude, 140.652° longitude South Equatorial Belt [ID: 128] - currently : -14.958° latitude, 88.164° longitude White Spot [ID: 125] - currently : 15.372° latitude, 57.528° longitude Wake [ID: 122] - currently : -17.91° latitude, 171.864° longitude Double SEB [ID: 118] - currently : -17.568° latitude, 221.076° longitude Dark Spots [ID: 116] - currently : -49.122° latitude, 353.628° longitude Oval BA [ID: 94] - currently : -32.166° latitude, 248.832° longitude black band [ID: 89] - currently : -15.264° latitude, 36.468° longitude A multicolored band [ID: 87] - currently : -17.82° latitude, 115.236° longitude Vaporem Fumi [ID: 84] - currently : -1.638° latitude, 259.704° longitude Patet Caelum [ID: 83] - currently : -0.702° latitude, 244.692° longitude String of Pearls [ID: 76] - currently : -39.096° latitude, 255.744° longitude Dark Spot in Turbulance [ID: 75] - currently : 14.328° latitude, 255.492° longitude Intermediate Atypical Region [ID: 74] - currently : 10.242° latitude, 27.828° longitude Galileo Probe Location [ID: 61] - currently : 4.932° latitude, 347.004° longitude White Spot Z [ID: 27] - currently : 14.328° latitude, 265.356° longitude String of pearl [ID: 26] - currently : -39.096° latitude, 269.208° longitude Sting of pearls [ID: 25] - currently : -37.08° latitude, 160.416° longitude String of pearl [ID: 24] - currently : -37.314° latitude, 37.224° longitude String of pearls [ID: 23] - currently : -38.286° latitude, 299.736° longitude String of pearl [ID: 20] - currently : -38.682° latitude, 210.96° longitude White spot [ID: 13] - currently : -47.286° latitude, 226.98° longitude spot turbulance [ID: 11] - currently : -14.274° latitude, 44.028° longitude Zig Zag [ID: 8] - currently : -1.062° latitude, 77.328° longitude Dark area. [ID: 7] - currently : 4.464° latitude, 116.604° longitude turbulence [ID: 5] - currently : 4.464° latitude, 282.708° longitude
map : 2018-08-28 UT
Cylindrical map generated from data submitted via the JunoCam Planning section.

Notes about cylindrical maps and perijove passes

We create cylindrical maps from the telescopic images supplied by our amateur astronomers, and we update them every 2 weeks. Jupiter has a dynamic atmosphere where winds in the belts (brown) and zones (white) go in opposite directions. Storms develop and evolve, and other atmospheric features come and go. With each new map, we move all of the POI markers — sometimes POIs disappear, sometimes they get torn apart.

In its 53 day orbit, Juno spends most of the time distant from Jupiter. The spacecraft swoops from the north to the south pole in just 2 hours, which we call a "perijove pass". That means that the images JunoCam can take are restricted to a swath of longitude – we will not be able to select from all the points of interest every orbit. On the Voting page we will say which POI's are likely to be within our field of view on a given perijove pass and you will participate in the selection of which POI's to image.

We will have a conversation on every perijove pass about which POIs to image, and the debate will be based on the threads of discussion associated with those POIs. 

General Comments

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  1. comment by KarolMasztalerz_BSP on 2018-12-01 00:21 UT

    Can someone point me towards algorithms for map-projecting RAW JunoCam data onto equirectangular maps? Anyone knows how this is done?

  2. comment by JuniorStreet on 2018-08-21 16:17 UT

    Greetings -

    I have tried numerous times to bring out the intricacies of the Jovian cloud forms from the raw images, such as the nimbus-like cloud tops and appearance of layering. I just cannot find it there in the 1600 X 1600 pixel images provided for the general public's use. If I may respectfully use as an example, the images of Mr. Eichstadt or Mr. Gill show unprecedented details and sharpness. I have tried to replicate their works using a rather ancient version of Photoshop, and I believe it is still capable enough to produce the basics. I have to suspect that there are other forms of raw images or data from which are somehow accessible, but not to the public. Am I correct?

    • comment by Candy on 2018-08-25 16:58 UT
      JUNO SPECIALIST

      The raw images are indeed posted, but they are much more difficult to use. When you go to download an image it is the "striped" version on the far left. That is where Mr. Gill and Mr. Eichstadt start. Most people do not have the sophisticated image processing tools they have, which is why we post the other (albeit lower resolution) images for people to use.

    • comment by Tournefort-29 on 2018-09-05 18:14 UT

      Dear JunoCAM Team, NASA, MSSS, can we work out and discuss the Colors a bit more here on the Discussion section?

      As far as I understand scientific terms, what the JunoCAM Tool is showing are approximately raw; TRUE; realistic Colors of Jupiter. It is showing the Reflected Light in Colors from the planetary surface at the right orbital distance from the Star...

      When the Citizen Scientists and Artists are enhancing; enriching; sharpening the raw images they are showing a '(NATURAL COLOR)' or an Image of Jupiter as it should look at the Earth Orbital Distance from the Star in an approximate Human Eye Resolution in Pixels... ?

    • comment by Bjorn_Jonsson on 2018-09-13 00:04 UT

      The JunoCam images that have been processed to show Jupiter in true color should be comparable to what you would obtain if you could orbit Jupiter in a spaceship and photograph it with a typical camera (or even a phone). Even though Jupiter is five times farther from the Sun than the Earth is, the sunlight at Jupiter easily bright enough for typical consumer-type cameras. It's roughly comparable to an overcast/cloudy day on Earth.

      When processing the raw JunoCam images into true color images some corrections have to be made to the original, raw data. Otherwise you get orange or yellow colored images which is not at all like Jupiter's color. The correction can be done using true color Earth-based Jupiter images as a reference, or by using Jupiter's spectrum to compute the correct overall color. Also some areas on Jupiter are known to be approximately white and these can be used as a reference.

      The resolution of the JunoCam images is rather similar to the resolution (or resolving power) of the human eye - maybe slightly lower. This is different from most other spacecraft images which usually have a much narrower field of view than JunoCam (and therefore higher resolution). This means that what you see in a true color JunoCam image should be rather similar to what you would see with your own eye's from the spacecraft's location, both in terms of color and resolution.

  3. comment by Muhlviertel-27 on 2018-08-13 18:15 UT

    Hello.

    Can you please tell me how far north in latitude the image at

    https://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/catalog/PIA21641

    shows? It's centered on Jupiter's south pole, but I'd like to know the northern extent.

    Thanks so much,

    Michael E. Bakich

    Senior editor / Photo editor

    ASTRONOMY magazine

    21027 Crossroads Circle

    Waukesha, WI 53187

    262.798.6612

    mbakich@Astronomy.com

  4. comment by DEDSEC17 on 2018-07-19 01:17 UT

    show the 4 inner moons of Jupiter

    Metis,

    Adrastea,

    Amalthea

    Thebe.

    • comment by Tournefort-29 on 2018-07-20 20:02 UT

      JunoCAM is a scientific tool that is specially Designed; Calibrated and Adjusted to take high resolution images from a certain Space altitude while orbiting around Jupiter. Even if is directed to some of those tiny objects they perhaps wont be focused and will be barely visible in some pixel size. It will be not possible to clear; sharpen or focus them with any of the available software. You must know that I am just an amateur and not a specialist or professional, so you might need an assistance from one of those.

    • comment by Candy on 2018-08-25 17:00 UT
      JUNO SPECIALIST

      The inner moons are too tiny for us to resolve - they are only about a pixel in size.