The Section aims (i) to encourage people to observe Jupiter, and to provide advice on doing so; (ii) to monitor the visible changes in the atmosphere of the planet, and (iii) to produce scientifically valuable reports on these changes.
|Juno back on track with successful perijove-3|
John Rogers, 2016 Dec 14
|Jupiter’s new outbreak tracked|
John Rogers, 2016 Nov 01
|Jupiter at Juno’s perijove-2: The agony and the ecstasy|
John Rogers, 2016 Oct 20
DirectorDr John Rogers Assistant DirectorMichael Foulkes Assistant DirectorHans-Joerg Mettig Assistant DirectorDamian Peach