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Juno's Rivals: Galilean Moons Exposed!

Tuesday, March 12, 2024, 3:50 PM
Waterway Ballroom 6

Chairs:
Paul Schenk
Jani Radebaugh
Moderator:
Alyssa Mills
3:50 PM
Session Introduction
3:55 PM
Curran T.* Collins G. C.
Correlating Ganymede Microwave Spectra with Mapped Geologic Surface Units [#2511]
Ganymede shines with / Many microwave colors / Which ones have meaning?
4:05 PM
Keane J. T.* Bolton S. J.
Io Geophysics on the Eve of Juno's Close Flybys [#2201]
Twice, Juno flies by / High above Io’s lavas / Can we probe below?
4:15 PM
Zhang Z.* Bolton S. J. Brown S. Bonnefoy L. E. Ermakov A. Feng J. et al.
Juno Microwave Radiometer Observations of Galilean Satellites — Ganymede, Europa and Io [#2561]
Juno had close flybys of Ganymede, Europa and Io. Juno’s Microwave Radiometer (MWR) mapped the satellites’ surface and subsurface at six frequencies from 600MHz to 22GHz. Results from the observations will be presented.
4:25 PM
Ravine M. A.* Hansen C. J. Caplinger M. A. Schenk P. M. Lipkaman Vittling L. Krysak D. J. et al.
JunoCam Images of Io [#1718]
On 30 December 2023, the Juno spacecraft made a close flyby of Jupiter’s moon Io. Juno’s JunoCam visible imager took six color images of Io, covering the previously poorly imaged northern polar region.
4:35 PM
Williams D. A.* Perry J. E. Davies A. G. Nelson D. M.
New Geologic Mapping of Io's North Pole Using Juno Images [#1203]
This abstract discusses new geologic mapping of the north pole of Io, recently imaged by NASA’s Juno spacecraft during its Extended mission. Our mapping identifies new paterae, mountains, and evidence of active volcanism.
4:45 PM
Gregg T. K. P.* Sakimoto S. E. H. Lopes R. M. C.
Loki Patera, Io: A Lava Lake Masquerade? [#2063]
Loki’s thermal waves / Subsurface lava sneaks through / With Trickster elan.
4:55 PM
Panel Q&A
5:20 PM
Session Closure

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