This is where we post raw images from JunoCam
. We invite you to
download them, do your own image processing, and we encourage you to upload
your creations for us to enjoy and share. The types of image processing
we’d love to see range from simply cropping an image to highlighting a
particular atmospheric feature, as well as adding your own color enhancements,
creating collages and adding advanced color reconstruction.
One of the biggest challenges for Juno is Jupiter's intense radiation belts
, which are expected to limit the lifetime of both Juno’s engineering and science subsystems. JunoCam is now showing the effects of that radiation on some of its parts
. PJ56 images
show a reduction in our dynamic range and an increase in background and noise. We invite citizen scientists to explore new ways to process these images to continue to bring out the beauty and mysteries of Jupiter and its moons.
For those of you who have contributed – thank you! Your labors of love have illustrated articles
about Juno, Jupiter and JunoCam. Your
products show up in all sorts of places. We have used them to report to the scientific community. We are writing papers for scientific journals
and using your contributions – always with appropriate attribution of
course. Some creations are works of art
and we are working out ways to showcase them as art.