JunoCam images from Juno at PVOL
JunoCam Images from Juno
These webpages are made available to make
easier to find and use JunoCam observations of Jupiter. The images here displayed
correspond to navigated versions of the original data in terms of maps. While
PVOL contains formated versions of the images the data at its full resolution can be found easily through the links below to specific perijoves. This is work in progress and we will upload data of previous perijoves over the next few weeks.
Useful documents and links
Links to the high-resolution maps and labels
This is the primary data in this webpage.
These are mapped versions of the original images processed with ISIS3 at the spatial highest-spatial resolution of the original data. Images at methane band or acquired at small spatial resolution are not available here to focus the indexes and images in the very high-spatial resolution obtained by JunoCam.
Fully analyzed perijoves
Reports of Jupiter activity as observed by JunoCam at the British Astronomical Association
Detailed reports on JunoCam images at each perijove are posted at the
British Astronomical Association. These reports offer a time-line of the major developments and atmospheric activity of Jupiter's atmosphere through the Juno mission and have been produced by John H. Rogers and colleagues in collaboration with the Junocam team and amateur observers documenting the atmospheric activity at each perijove and in the intervals between perijoves.
Publications of Jupiter atmospheric activity primarily based on JunoCam observations or on ground-based and JunoCam intercomparisons
These are publications in scientific journals presenting results based
on JunoCam images. Publications made possible from navigated data in PVOL are shown with (*). The first publication highlighted in bold-font is the scientific description of the JunoCam instrument.
Acknowledgement: These webpages and the inclusion of JunoCam data in PVOL/VESPA are made possible with funding from Europlanet 2024 RI. Europlanet 2024 RI has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 871149. We are very grateful to Candice Hansen (LPI), Glenn S. Orton (JPL) and the overall JunoCam team for making possible to have this data available at PVOL. We are also specially grateful to John H. Rogers (BAA) and Gerald Eischtaedt for their support and help with these data and the intercomparison with data provided by amateur astronomers.
Updated: 02 Feb. 2021