Top of the North Pole [ID: 1269]

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Submitted by : Cglick on 2017-12-05 18:04 UT

We have seen the South Pole why not the north

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  1. comment by Echeclus-61 on 2018-11-05 08:02 UT

    It would be great to see how different the poles weather patterns appear and how the magnetosphere affects it.

  2. comment by Mourao-46 on 2018-11-05 06:10 UT

    It will be interesting to see the similarities and differences between the two poles. Hopefully, this mission can help us to better understand the polar regions of Jupiter.

  3. comment by arroyovm on 2018-11-05 03:37 UT

    curious to see the differences between the poles. maybe there will be data there to answer questions about jupiter

  4. comment by Kundera-58 on 2018-11-04 22:44 UT

    It would be great to be able to compare the North and South poles in order to see if there is any drastic differences that pop out that can explain differentiation of the clouds, level of violent storms, etc.

  5. comment by Ferioli-42 on 2018-11-04 18:49 UT

    Would love to see an overhead view of the North Pole. It would be interesting to see how it differes from other parts of the planet.

  6. comment by Ferioli-42 on 2018-11-04 18:49 UT

    Would love to see an overhead view of the North Pole. It would be interesting to see how it differes from other parts of the planet.

  7. comment by Candy on 2018-06-25 18:51 UT
    JUNO SPECIALIST

    Jupiter's spin axis is slightly tilted, about 3 degrees. So right now the north pole is in polar night. Because of the darkness we cannot image the exact pole. Sorry!

  8. comment by Fedoseev-37 on 2018-05-28 03:20 UT

    I think that it would be great to get some images of the north pole as that was the purpose ad design of the JunoCam, it would also just be really cool to see how it differs from a lot of the other images around the equatorial plane.

  9. comment by JeffersonDrumm on 2018-03-18 15:04 UT

    I agree! North pole images are needed! Lots of interesting geometric features hiding up there.

  10. comment by Hideosugai-77 on 2018-02-19 03:02 UT

    The top of the North Pole would be awesome to see. Since this is one of the first chances we will get at observing Jupiter at the poles, we should take advantage!

  11. comment by Cortland-82 on 2018-02-18 22:28 UT

    A picture of the north pole would be incredible! I want to see one of the main reasons this spacecraft was built!