PJ60 Predict Map

By Tom on 2024-04-04 UT

PJ60 Predict Map



  1. comment by Philosophia-47 on 2024-05-03 12:44 UT

    Here are the full-size figures for the PJ60 report (including unlabelled versions of some Jupiter maps). 

  2. comment by Philosophia-47 on 2024-05-03 12:43 UT

    Here's our report on the PJ60 images.  PJ60 (on 2024 April 9) began with a medium-range flyby of Io, which revealed more volcanic activity than JunoCam has hitherto seen, including four active plumes on the limb, and a spectacular new red ring around a far-southerly caldera.  Moving on to Jupiter, JunoCam produced a complete map of the planet, at a time when it had almost ceased to be visible to ground-based observers.  Although north polar images were again impaired by Jupiter’s radiation belt, four circumpolar cyclones were fully imaged.  --John Rogers.