JunoCam at PJ32

Here is our report on the JunoCam images at PJ32, in our usual format.  Highlights include:

–a map showing much of the planet during geocentric solar conjunction;

–interesting updates on the arrangements of the polar polygons;

–beautiful images of turbulence in the northern domains and of a segment of NNTB;

–revelation of very-fine-scale turbulence in the now-quiescent NTB and NEB;

–many wave patterns in the EZ and SEB(S);

–discovery of a new S.Tropical Band emanating from a ‘hook’ at the GRS;

–closeups of the expanded turbulent STB following oval BA;

–haze bands showing rapid reversals of contrast on the edge of the S. Polar Hood.

The text is here (PDF):    Report-on-PJ32.pdf

The figures are here (reduced size: PDF):    Report-on-PJ32_Figures.pdf

The full-size figures are here (ZIP):     PJ32-report_JHR_Figures.zip

Here’s a small copy of the global map (Figure 6):

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