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Images of Jupiter 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2000
Student Nikki visited Yerkes to take images of Io as it reached Eastern elongation on March 29th, 2005. She took images of Jupiter and three of the moons each hour at about 33 minutes past the hour. Europa becomes eclipsed by Jupiter's shadow and then is occulted by Jupiter. Ganymede is moving away from Jupiter. Link here to get these images in fts format. You can see the jpgs of these images here. You can download Makali'i software to blink these images. Makali'i was created as an outreach image processor for the Subaru telescope. Here is a link to the site for this software; it works on a PC computer. http://makalii.mtk.nao.ac.jp/index.html.en
Jupiter in 2003! Many teachers and students participated worldwide in collecting image sets of Jupiter. Here are links to pages with images illustrated for three of the telescopes at The University of Chicago, Yerkes Observatory.
Yerkes 24 inch Telescope
HOU Students and Teachers around the world watch Join us to share your observations; download images contributed by various observers; and discover for yourself all you can learn about Jupiter and its moons in the process.
Yerkes Rooftop Telescope - 10 inch
Jupiter 2003! Track Jupiter's moons with the Yerkes Rooftop Telescope - 10 inch. This telescope can be operated remotely over the Internet by HOU teachers and their students.
Yerkes Rooftop Telescope - 8 inch
Jupiter 2003! Track Jupiter's moons with the Yerkes Rooftop Telescope - 8 inch. This telescope can be operated remotely over the Internet by HOU teachers and their students.
*** Japan HOU hosts a Jupiter Project 2003. See their webpage for details. http://jahou.riken.go.jp/2003/event/jupiter/index.html
Jupiter in 2002!
Link here to Jupiter Moon's Lesson by Jackie Barge who is an HOU Teacher at Walter Payton College Prep, Chicago, Illinois Click on the picture below to find the images 1-9 of Jupiter that are used in Jackie's lesson.
Make a flipbook for any one of the daily sets of observations.
Or, tract the moons hour to hour or day to day to predict positions, figure out their orbital periods, or calculate the mass of Jupiter!
**Link to Global Jupiter Week 2002 http://scox.kamokou.jp/~hou/jupiter/
Jupiter Week, December 2000
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