European Planetary Science Congress 2018
16–21 September 2018
TU Berlin | Berlin | Germany

Oral programme OPS4

OPS4

Juno at Jupiter and Supporting Earth-Based Observations
Convener: Scott Bolton  | Co-conveners: Alberto Adriani , Jack Connerney , Tristan Guillot , Alessandro Mura 
Oral programme
 / Thu, 20 Sep, 10:45–12:20  / Room Saturn
 / Thu, 20 Sep, 14:00–18:00  / Room Jupiter
Poster programme
 / Attendance Thu, 20 Sep, 18:15–20:00  / Display Thu, 20 Sep, 08:00–20:00  / Poster area

Thursday, 20 September 2018
Room Saturn
Chairperson: A. Mura
Introduction

10:45–11:05
EPSC2018-447
The New Jupiter as Revealed by Juno
Scott Bolton, Jack Connerney, and Steve Levin
Magnetosphere

11:05–11:20
EPSC2018-114
Electron and ion particle acceleration regimes observed by Juno over Jupiter’s main aurora (solicited talk)
Barry Mauk, Dennis Haggerty, Chris Paranicas, George Clark, Peter Kollmann, Abigail Rymer, Scott Bolton, Steven Levin, Alberto Adriani, Frederic Allegrini, Fran Bagenal, Bertrand Bonfond, John Connerney, Robert Ebert, Sadie Elliott, Randy Gladstone, William Kurth, Dave McComas, Drake Ranquist, and Phil Valek
11:20–11:35
EPSC2018-188
Juno Maps Jupiter’s Planetary Magnetic Field (solicited talk)
Jack Connerney, Ronald Oliversen, Jared Espley, Daniel Gershman, Stavros Kotsiaros, Yasmina Martos, John Joergensen, Peter Joergensen, Jose Merayo, Troelz Denver, Mathias Benn, Jeremy Bloxham, Kimberley Moore, Scott Bolton, and Steven Levin
11:35–11:50
EPSC2018-160
Observations of Jupiter by the Juno Ultraviolet Spectrograph (Juno-UVS) (solicited talk)
Thomas Greathouse, G. Randall Gladstone, Vincent Hue, Maarten Versteeg, Bertrand Bonfond, Michael Davis, Denis Grodent, Jean-Claude Gérard, Joshua Kammer, Scott Bolton, Steven Levin, and John Connerney
11:50–12:05
EPSC2018-556
Jupiter’s magnetic field morphology: Implications for the dynamo
Kimberly Moore, Rakesh Yadav, Laura Kulowski, Hao Cao, Jeremy Bloxham, John Connerney, Stavros Kotsiaros, John Jorgensen, Jose Merayo, David Stevenson, Scott Bolton, and Stevin Levin
12:05–12:20
EPSC2018-395
Juno Waves observations at Jupiter (solicited talk)
William Kurth, George Hospodarsky, Masafumi Imai, Sadie Elliott, Donald Gurnett, Philippe Louarn, Phil Valek, Frederick Allegrini, Jack Connerney, Barry Mauk, Scott Bolton, Steven Levin, Alberto Adriani, Randy Gladstone, David McComas, Philippe Zarka, and Corentin Louis
Lunch break

Thursday, 20 September 2018
Room Jupiter
Chairperson: J. Connerney
14:00–14:15
EPSC2018-458
Energetic proton and heavy ion observations over Jupiter’s main auroral and polar cap regions
George Clark, Barry Mauk, Dennis Haggerty, Peter Kollmann, Chris Paranicas, Abi Rymer, Don Mitchell, Frederic Allegrini, Robert Ebert, George Hospodarsky, Bill Kurth, Joachim Saur, Phil Valek, Scott Bolton, Jack Connerney, and Steve Levin
14:15–14:30
EPSC2018-494
Jupiter’s magnetic field & Io-related decameter radiation
Yasmina M Martos, Jack Connerney, Stavros Kotsiaros, and Masafumi Imai
14:30–14:45
EPSC2018-617
Field aligned currents associated with Jupiter’s auroras
Stavros Kotsiaros, John Connerney, Randal Gladstone, William Kurth, George Clark, Frederic Allegrini, Barry Mauk, Thomas Grreathouse, Emma Bunce, Yasmina Martos, Scott Bolton, and Steven Levin
14:45–15:00
EPSC2018-666
Juno/JIRAM infrared observations of Jupiter: results of the first two years (solicited talk)
Alessandro Mura, Alberto Adriani, Scott Bolton, and Jack Connerney and the JIRAM Team
Interior

15:00–15:15
EPSC2018-1185
Unveiling Jupiter interior with Juno
Yamila Miguel and Tristan Guillot
15:15–15:30 EPSC2018-990
Probing Jupiter’s interior with Juno: Linking atmosphere and interior (withdrawn)
Tristan Guillot
15:30–15:45
EPSC2018-72
Jupiter’s evolution with primordial composition gradients
Ravit Helled, Allona Vazan, and Tristan Guillot
Coffee break
16:15–16:30
EPSC2018-977
Juno’s sensitivity to the gravitational signature of Jupiter’s meridional flows
Daniele Durante, Virginia Notaro, Paolo Racioppa, Eli Galanti, Yohai Kaspi, and Luciano Iess
16:30–16:45
EPSC2018-263
How deep is the Great Red Spot? Determining the depth of the GRS with the Juno gravity measurements
Eli Galanti, Yoha Kaspi, Marzia Parisi, and William Folkner
Atmosphere

16:45–17:00
EPSC2018-204
Latest Results on Jupiter’s Atmosphere and Radiation Belts from the Juno Microwave Radiometer (solicited talk)
Glenn Orton and the Juno Microwave Radiometer Team
17:00–17:15
EPSC2018-433
First measurements of the Jovian zonal winds profile through visible Doppler spectroscopy
François-Xavier Schmider, Ivan Goncalves, Patrick Gaulme, Raul Morales-Jubieras, Tristan Guillot, Thierry Appourchaux, Patrick Boumier, Jason Jackiewicz, Thomas Underwood, David Voelz, Bun'ei Sato, Shigeru Ida, Masahiro Ikoma, and Jean-Pierre Rivet
17:15–17:30
EPSC2018-559
Jupiter’s high-latitude hazes as mapped by JunoCam
John Rogers, Gerald Eichstädt, Candice Hansen, Glenn Orton, Tom Momary, Fachreddin Tabataba-Vakili, Michael Caplinger, Michael Ravine, Christopher Go, Andy Casely, and Michel Jacquesson
17:30–17:45
EPSC2018-700
Properties of lightning whistlers observed in the topside ionosphere of Jupiter
Ondrej Santolik, Ivana Kolmasova, Masafumi Imai, Donald A Gurnett, George B Hospodarsky, William S Kurth, and Scott J Bolton
17:45–18:00
EPSC2018-843
JunoCam Imaging Jupiter through PJ14
Michael Ravine, Candy Hansen, Glenn Orton, Chloe Thepenier, Thomas Momary, Michael Caplinger, Sushil Atreya, Andrew Ingersoll, Scott Bolton, Fachreddin Tabataba-Vakili, John Rogers, and Gerald Eichstädt