For the optimal Juno experience please install Chrome. Download Chrome. Or continue to explore features of the Juno spacecraft using the links on your left.
The JunoCam webpages are designed to open the door to the
public to participate in the steps a spacecraft instrument team follows in
implementing their experiment: Planning,
Discussion, Voting (decision-making) and Processing. We are pleased to add “Think Tank” as the next
step in this sequence. Eventually we
will add the final endpoint: “Results”.
This section will be a bit more wonky. You are invited to see the science
sausage-making in action. There will be
links to engineering files that we call kernels. There will be discussion threads on science
topics we think can be addressed by particular images. You will see maps that connect features in
JunoCam images to the historical record and context.
If you would like to be involved in this group please contact us.
Tools of the trade
Hello and welcome! Below are some of the Tools of the trade used for working with JunoCam image data.
This thread will discuss Perijove-12 images. Perijove 12 was very rewarding: GRS, NN-WS-4, CPCs, FFRs, popup clouds, mesoscale waves, high phase angle observations of hazes, methane band images and an image stack, animations,...