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Juno Perijove 18
JRehling
post Feb 24 2019, 07:03 PM
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I don't think I've ever seen a detached stream so large and so red before. Something unusual going on in the GRS.

I had my first decent look of the season at Jupiter yesterday. Ground-based observations in support of Juno will be at the higher levels of quality over the next few months.
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post Mar 4 2019, 12:32 AM
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I think, it's time to provide a list of links to pages with PJ18 products I've uploaded thus far

flyby movie:
- YouTube
- MP4 movie, MP4 scenes, and JPG stills.

maps:
- gamma=1
- gamma=4
- high-passed in a context-sensitive way

OBJ 3D templates for equidistant plantocentric maps (preliminary Maclaurin spheroids)

reprojected:
gamma=1, and decompanded only:
- part 5 (with tentative OBJ files)
- part 4 (with tentative OBJ files)
- part 3
- part 2
- part 1

gamma=4:
- parts 4+5:
- - version with illumination model based on PJ16, stricter filter for energetic particle hits
- - version with illumination model based on PJ06, lax filter for energetic particle hits
- part 3 (with tentative OBJ files)
- part 2
- part 1 (revision 1) (with tentative OBJ files)
- part 1, initial rendition

drafts:
- part 5
- part 4
- part 3
- part 2
- part 1

More specific, derived, and reduced products are work in progress.
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Sean
post Mar 7 2019, 05:56 PM
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Thanks for all your recent uploads Gerald, lots to process!

I revisted this image from Gerald's output...

Jupiter's Beady Eye





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post Mar 9 2019, 08:48 PM
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This is an orthographic mosaic from images PJ18_28 and PJ18_29. An approximately true color/contrast version (left) and a version where the contrast has been increased and color differences exaggerated (right):

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The images show a part of Jupiter's northern hemisphere from directly above the roughly circular sport just above the image center. The spot is located at planetographic latitude 51.5 degrees N. North is up.
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post Apr 1 2019, 11:26 PM
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PJ19 is coming up in a few days and I almost forgot to post this one from PJ18:

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This is an approximately true color/contrast map-projected mosaic of PJ19 images 41, 42 and 43. The mosaic covers an area from longitude 227 to 294 (system 3) and planetographic latitude -34.7 to -7.2. I took special care not to 'saturate' the very bright convective features west of the Great Red Spot.

And below is an enhanced part of the above image showing the main convective features:

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Small bright clouds that apparently reach high altitude can be seen near the bright part of the convective features.
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Brian Swift
post May 31 2019, 06:33 PM
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Jupiter Fly-under Time-lapse | 360 VR, 8K, 60FPS
Imaginary view flying under the clouds in a hollow Jupiter.
https://youtu.be/vBIZrCTwYFo
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post Jun 14 2019, 11:26 PM
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A experiment composite using images from PJ7, PJ17, & PJ18. Blending and color match isn't that great, and I lack a real way to equalize the solar luminance.

Equirectangular projection. Manual alignment & blending in Photoshop.

JNCE_2017192_07C00061_V01
JNCE_2018355_17C00035_V01
JNCE_2019043_18C00041_V01
JNCE_2019043_18C00042_V01
JNCE_2019043_18C00044_V01


Jupiter - GRS & Mid-Southern Latitudes - Map Projected
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post Jul 2 2019, 08:58 PM
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Update to PJ18_26 [GE/SD]






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