Cylindrical Maps of RGB Images, 180 pixels per planetocentric degree

Latest update: 2019-04-19

Note: L3 longitudes may be off by 180 degrees.

High-Passed Versions

Perijove 19

No very close-up images have been taken.

Perijove 18

See PJ18, 180 pixels per degree, gamma=2.

Perijove 17

See PJ17, 180 pixels per degree, gamma=2.
(Some of the maps may be too large to be displayed by contemprary browsers or image viewing tools. Those images may eventually be replaced by smaller crops.)

Perijove 16

See PJ16, 180 pixels per degree, gamma=2.

Perijove 15

See PJ15, 180 pixels per degree, gamma=2.

Perijove 14

See PJ14, 180 pixels per degree, gamma=2.

Perijove 13

See PJ13, 180 pixels per degree, gamma=4.

Perijove 12

See PJ12, 180 pixels per degree, gamma=2.

Perijove 11, cropped from 0 to 60 degrees west L3, gamma=4, cropped from 15 degrees south to 15 degrees north


Perijove 10

See pj10_cropped_cyl_maps_180px_per_deg,
and pj10_cropped_cyl_maps_180px_per_deg, #28, and #30.

Perijove 09

See PJ09, 180 pixels per degree.

Perijove 08

See PJ08, 180 pixels per degree.
(See also PJ08, 60 pixels per degree.)

Perijoves 03, 04, 05, 06, and 07

See mesoscale_wave_cand_pj03_04_05_cyl,
PJ01, #102, 180 pixels per degree,
and jnc_pj7_grs_maps.

Perijove 02

No close-up images have been taken.

Perijove 01

See PJ01, 180 pixels per degree, gamma=4, high-passed version in 2nd column

Perijove 00

No close-up images have been taken.

Terms of Use

The images are allowed to be treated as being in the public domain. However, crediting the images to "NASA / SwRI / MSSS / Gerald Eichstädt", appears appropriate. Add your name or data sources to the credit list, whenever you create derived works. Downloading, viewing, distributing the files, as well as creating derived work is on your own risk.

Access to the Raw Images

Mission Juno, Image Processing