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Juno Perijove 25
Brian Swift
post Feb 18 2020, 11:47 PM
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Preliminary PJ25_18. Exaggerated color/contrast.
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post Feb 19 2020, 02:41 AM
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Links to some PJ25, part1 renditions:
- drafts,
- reprojections, stretched with gamma=4,
- reprojections, stretched with gamma=1,
- sequence reprojected to #018.
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post Feb 19 2020, 02:49 AM
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Btw, here is a crop #002 to a presumed partial eclipse of one of the moons:
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post Feb 19 2020, 04:27 AM
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JunoCam image of Io from a distance of 199,700 km. A volcanic plume is visible near the top of the crescent, just past the terminator from Chalybes Regio (one of the larger, ongoing eruptions on Io)

The image Gerald just posted is from 10 minutes later, just as Io entered Jupiter's shadow.


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post Feb 19 2020, 02:21 PM
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One of the anticyclones between the northern CPCs and the north polar cyclone is well-resolved this time. Here a blink showing its rotation, as well as that of some of the CPCs:
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Note the apparent anticyclonic rotation in the core of the bottom center CPC.
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post Feb 19 2020, 04:41 PM
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Found the Chalybes Regio plume at top of PJ25-1. Cranked the brightness, found another candidate but not convinced that's what it is.

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post Feb 24 2020, 11:47 PM
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This is a mosaic of images PJ25_25 and PJ25_27 rendered from Juno's position when it was acquiring image PJ25_27. Approximately true color/contrast and enhanced versions:

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The oval left of center is known as NN-WS-4 and is located at planetographic latitude ~41.5 degrees north. It is ~7000 km across.
This is a very wide angle mosaic, the field of view is 94 degrees. North is up.
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post Feb 25 2020, 01:55 AM
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Jupiter - Here Be Dragons...
PJ25_24 Eichstadt / Doran


Detail...


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Kevin Gill
post Feb 27 2020, 04:44 PM
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For some reason, I'm loving the views of the South Equatorial Belt in this perijove. Nice and clear overview shots with tons of eddies and turbulence. I just wish Juno could get the GRS from this perspective...


Jupiter - South Equatorial Belt - Perijove 25


Perijove 25 - SEB Fisheye Composite


Jupiter - PJ25-39
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post Feb 27 2020, 06:54 PM
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Beautiful!


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