Juno has completed Perijove 6, the sixth orbit around the planet Jupiter. The image above is from the previous close pass and was processed by J.P. Hershey one of many citizen scientists processing the images from Juno data.
This data is available to anyone; everyone is encouraged to try their hand at processing and submit their entries. You can too, just go to NASA’s JunoCam page. I have made some rather primitive attempts with rather primitive results. The problem is my knowledge of the program I am using (The GIMP), I am more used to Photoshop CS. The newest images, from Perijove 6 are already downloaded and available. Interesting, the images are down and ready before too much of the details of the pass are. Probably this is due to the pass timing with the weekend. All seems good, I’m sure we’d know by now if something was amiss.
So, undaunted, I have downloaded a set of images and am trying again.