Here is our report on the JunoCam images at PJ55. The highlight was Juno's closest-yet flyby of Io, showing plenty of surface detail, and volcanic plumes from Prometheus and Zamama. Because of the Io flyby, the global map of Jupiter was incomplete; but the best inbound images did cover an interesting sector of the NEB, including White Spot Z and a notable bright plume outbreak (described fully in a ground-based report on the BAA Jupiter Section web site). The north polar map was particularly complete, showing all but one of the circumpolar cyclones.
The report with small-scale figures is attached here as a PDF. The full-size figures will be attached in a subsequent Comment.
- Report-on-PJ55_JHR.pdf [935.64 kB]