PJ49 Predict Map

By Tom on 2023-02-28 UT
PJ49 Predict Map
Observations courtesy of Clyde Foster.   Jupiter is very close to the sun as viewed from Earth, so observations are difficult for this perijove and lower resolution.   Tricky work, but thanks to Clyde for these observations and other observers perservering to support Juno!




  1. comment by Philosophia-47 on 2023-03-25 21:41 UT

    Here are the full-size figures for our PJ49 report. 

    --John Rogers.

  2. comment by Philosophia-47 on 2023-03-25 21:40 UT

    Attached is our report on the PJ49 images.  Results at PJ49 were again mixed: for the third successive perijove, some images were lost, including all the closeup images from the N4 domain to the SEBn.   However, there was successful lo-res imaging inbound and outbound, and good northern-hemisphere views, so it was possible to compile a global map.  There was also a set of well-resolved images of Io.  Selected images and maps are presented in this short report.