Saturday, 21 January 2017

NASA INVITES THE PUBLIC TO CHOOSE PLACES OF THE IMAGE FOR THE FOLLOWING DEMONSTRATION FLIGHT OF JUNO OF FLOODLIGHT

The spaceship of Juno as plan, will take the following close demonstration flight of Jupiter on February 2
NASA calls all space enthusiasts to help to solve picture locations for the following demonstration flight of Juno Yupitera. It is first time when NASA invites the public to choose all pictures which will be taken in time of the forthcoming shave. This task usually becomes teams of scientists.


People can participate in the project through vote which will begin Thursday, January 19 and will continue till January 23. The spaceship of Juno will specify the camera called by JunoCam to only those places which will receive a majority of votes.

Juno is in a 53-day orbit around Pluto now. His first demonstration flight has happened on August 27, and it was the first time when the spaceship has transferred some intriguing data back to Earth. Juno has faced some problem before October 19 demonstration flight, but eventually has entered a safe way.

On December 13 Juno has finished his third shave to Pluto with all tools on. His following demonstration flight of the planet as plan, will happen on February 2. During this shave the spaceship will be on about 2,700 miles above mysterious top of a cloud of the planet. Seven tools including Juno's camera will be used once again to collect important data.



"We look forward to the people visiting our website and becoming by a part of team of the JunoCam display", Candy Hansen, Juno's co-investigator from Planetary Scientific Institute has told. "It to the public to define the best locations in the atmosphere of Jupiter for JunoCam to take during this demonstration flight".

The camera mounted on Juno will begin to remove as the approaches relating to the spaceship about the North Pole planets, and activity will last for two hours. As soon as demonstration flight is finished, crude images will be posted on the JunoCam website. It will allow the public to execute own processing of the image.

"Pictures which JunoCam can make represent a narrow number of the territory over which the spaceship flies by, thus, the represented interesting places can provide a large sum of a detail", Hansen has told. "They play the vital role in the help to scientific team of Juno to establish what proceeds in the atmosphere of Jupiter at any time. We wait for a meeting with what people outside of scientific team think, it is important".

Provided to NASA opportunities for participation of the public many times before. But it is the first project which actually will involve people in space actions and will offer them chance to learn more.

"It is remarkable to be able to divide nervousness and science from Juno's mission with the public thus", Scott Bolton, the research supervisor of Juno from Southwest Research institute has told.

"Amateur scientists, artists, students and the whole classes provide to the world the unique prospects of Jupiter.

I am really glad that this website exerts such great influence and allows such number of people to join scientific team of Juno. Public participation really affects as we look at the largest planetary inhabitant in our solar system".

Begun in August, 2011, Juno has taken five years and has overcome distance in millions more lovely to reach an orbit of Jupiter. The main goal of Juno consists in observing the gravity of Jupiter and magnetic field during total of 35 relatives of demonstration flights and to open secrets of formation and evolution of Jupiter.

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