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Juno perijove 9, October 24, 2017, near solar conjunction
Sean
post Dec 27 2017, 02:40 PM
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Here is an update on PJ09_80 [G.Eichstadt]


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Someone sent me a picture of a print they made of my previous rendition...


I'm not sure how healthy it is to stare into Jupiter's soul too long.



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post Feb 21 2018, 01:57 PM
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A second look at PJ09_90 [G.Eichstadt] detail...





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post Mar 7 2018, 04:34 PM
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Artist Lucy West recently posted her take on PJ09_80 so I decided to create a sequence showcasing the inspiration for the final piece...

In order; Juno-Gerald-Seán-Lucy



Lucy's artwork is 36" x 36"

Lucy West Studios




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post Mar 10 2018, 11:38 PM
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When you try a cross-eye or a parallel-eye, you'll notice, that Lucy's geometry is slightly different from the original. So, that's an actual painting, not just a reproduction with some printing or morphing technique.
It's a long time since I've seen a naturalistic complex painting so similar to the original, but still with a personal artistic and stylistic note, an art already rare half a century ago.
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PJ09_90_new pass






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post Jul 13 2018, 07:35 AM
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I'm not sure if Sean or Gerald are aware (they probably are), but to those who are not aware, this image is a finalist in Wikimedia Commons' Picture of the Year contest! cool.gif


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post Jul 13 2018, 11:22 AM
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Thanks a lot! smile.gif I feel honoured, of course.
I've actually been busy with identifying certain subtleties in images like these:
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(derived from PJ09, #89, and #84)
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post Jul 13 2018, 10:38 PM
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JIRAM data from PJ9 is now in the PDS. Slowly working on the Io data from this encounter and PJ10...


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Still a work in progress but I can't help but share this:

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This is a stack of 6 JIRAM images from PJ9. You can make out some surface features: large scale stuff like Media Regio and Tarsus Regio, and some smaller scale features like Karei Patera and Fjorjynn Fluctus, and maybe a ring around Nusku Patera.
Reason for edit: Wrong patera with possible ring


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Wow, that's about 35 distinct locations in one hemisphere. I didn't realize that Io showed so many distinct hotspots at one time.
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48 distinct hotspots from my count (50 from PJ10 in the other thread, though two maybe the same hotspot, but the source is extended...).

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(color roughly equates to brightness [brightest yellow -> red -> teal -> blue dimmest], but no corrections have been made for emission angle or sunlight contribution)


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