Jupiter Section Overview

Dr John Rogers
Director:
Dr John Rogers

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.

  • JUPITER IN 2022-23
  • RESULTS FROM JUNO, 2022 (PJ39--)
  • Amateur contributions to planetary science (including our publications & EPSC abstracts & Juno abstracts, 2020 onwards)
  • JUPITER IN 2021-22
  • RESULTS FROM JUNO (2021: PJ32-PJ38)
  • Results from Juno: Jupiter's polar regions
  • RESULTS FROM JUNO (2020: PJ25-PJ31)
  • JUPITER IN 2020
  • RESULTS FROM JUNO (2019, Perijoves 18-24)
  • JUPITER IN 2019
  • MISC. (not Jupiter)
  • Jupiter in 2017-18
  • RESULTS FROM JUNO (2018, Perijoves 11-17)
  • List of BAA Jupiter Section reports 1989-2015
  • Jupiter in 2016-17
  • RESULTS FROM JUNO (2016-2017, Perijoves 1-10)
  • LONG-TERM REPORTS & PUBLICATIONS
  • About the Section's web pages
  • Amateur-professional collaboration: JBAA article
  • Jupiter in 2003-04
  • Amateur contributions to planetary science (including our publications & EPSC abstracts & Juno abstracts, 2016-2020)
  • Jupiter in 2015-16
  • The British Astronomical Association supports amateur astronomers around the UK and the rest of the world. Find out more about the BAA or join us.