European Planetary Science Congress 2017
17–22 September 2017
Radisson Blu Hotel Latvija | Riga | Latvia

Oral programme AM2


Juno Ground-Based Support from Amateurs
Convener: M. Delcroix 
Co-Conveners: J. Rogers , C. Pellier , R. Hueso , G. S. Orton , L.N. Fletcher , P. A. Yanamandra-Fisher 
Session details
Oral programme
 / Wed, 20 Sep, 16:00–17:30  / Room Mars
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Wednesday, 20 Sep 2017
Room Mars
Chairperson: Ricardo Hueso
The essential role of amateur astronomers in enabling the Juno mission interaction with the public
G. S. Orton, C. J. Hansen, F. Tabataba-Vakili, S. Bolton, and E. Jensen
A simplified method to track long-term changes in Jupiter’s belt/zone structure
E. Kardasis
Predictive maps for Juno perijoves and identification of significant features
J.H. Rogers, G. Adamoli, M. Jacquesson, M. Vedovato, H-J. Mettig, G. Eichstädt, M. Caplinger, T.W. Momary, G.S. Orton, F. Tabataba-Vakili, and C.J. Hansen
About Jupiter's Reflectance Function in JunoCam Images
G. Eichstaedt, G. S. Orton, T. Momary, C. J. Hansen, and M. Caplinger
17:00–17:15 EPSC2017-770
Remote high resolution imaging of Jupiter and Saturn from Chilescope Observatory (withdrawn)
D. Peach, S. Pogrebisskiy, D. Makolkin, and Y. Beletsky
Improving a 1 meter telescope in order to follow giant planets in a pro-am collaboration. Next step : an affordable adaptive optic system.=
J.-L. Dauvergne, F. Colas, M. Delcroix, and J. Lecacheux