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Gerald
post Mar 8 2018, 10:38 AM
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This PJ-10 YouTube movie combines two time-lapse rates at the same time. The overall motion is a zoom-in of the changing perspective along Juno's trajectory over the south polar region. A fast time-lapse is looping over a set of images reprojected to a similar perspective, such that you can perceive feature motion in Jupiter's storm systems.

Towards the end of the movie, there is a rapid change between day and night side. So this might not be recommended for people with epilepsy.
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post Mar 21 2018, 01:18 AM
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Some cloud detail from PJ10_26 [M.Brealey]




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post Mar 21 2018, 11:16 AM
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PJ10_32 [M.Brealey]


Filled a data gap image lower right.



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post Mar 30 2018, 09:34 PM
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Here are Sean's Juno images on display at LPSC.

Justin's were right next to these.

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PJ10_34_new pass






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PJ10_23 details & portrait, new pass










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JIRAM data from PJ10 has been released to the PDS this week. I've been working on Io data today, though I need to figure out how to translate the various stats of azimuth in the labels to determine north azimuth angle.

Most prominently is a new volcanic hotspot at 78 S, 317 S that wasn't seen two months earlier by JIRAM during PJ9. This hotspot was last seen in Voyager IRIS data in 1979.

Coincidently, there is a press release about this eruption out now (though they circle a hotspot south of Illyrikon Regio that was seen in PJ9, and I think that was a plume source during New Horizons..., the new hotspot is the one right above the circle in the JPL graphic):

https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.php?feature=7189


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post Jul 14 2018, 12:01 PM
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Hi Volcanopele--Very interesting. Could you label the three images as I'm not sure which is from which passage. As you are doing all this new analysis, maybe a good time to update the Gish Bar Times.


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post Jul 14 2018, 03:36 PM
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Those three are all from PJ10. I made another post in the PJ9 thread for images from that pass.

Iím working on a new post for the Planetary Society where I think Iíll include these.


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