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Juno Perijove 26, Junocam Images Incoming! (April 10, 2020)
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post Apr 14 2020, 01:00 PM
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Junocam Perijove 26 Images
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post Apr 14 2020, 06:34 PM
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Io image from this perijove along with context. No plumes are visible at the terminator or the limb. There might be a plume deposit around Surt.


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Drafts:
- part 1
- part 2
- part 3

Reprojections, gamma=4:
- part 1
- part 2
- part 3

Reprojections, gamma=1:
- part 1
- part 2
- part 3


maps, gamma=4:
- parts 1 and 2
- part 3


maps, gamma=1:
- parts 1 and 2
- part 3


maps, high-passed:
- parts 1 and 2
- part 3

Reprojections to common trajectory point:
- methane band image #25
- methane band image #17

Did you notice the shadow of Metis in images #33 and #34?
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post May 10 2020, 02:05 AM
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Video of PJ26 exaggerated color/contrast images scrolling by at Juno spin rate. https://youtu.be/--8kmD5VmSs
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An experimental anaglyph created by using methane image PJ26_25 to construct a digital elevation model (DEM) of Jupiter's cloudtops. An enhanced mosaic of images PJ26_24 and PJ26_26 was then draped over the DEM:

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Two YouTube videos where we fly over the DEM:

https://youtu.be/ysXE6HBjVPQ
https://youtu.be/OhF7oiy3Mik

Vertical elevation differences are greatly exaggerated, probably at least by a factor 5 and possibly more than 10 but this is difficult to estimate accurately.

Two stills from the animations:

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As expected, in general bright clouds are higher in the atmosphere than darker clouds. An interesting feature is the many 'walls' of bright clouds, some of which encircle circular or elliptical spots/vortices. Some of the 'walls' have an orange tint. It is possible that at least in some cases this orange color really is due to a high altitude orange haze and that the 'walls' themselves are white
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