Amateur contribution to planetary science
On 2015 Oct.1 at the European Planetary Science Congress (EPSC), in Nantes, France, there was a session on:
'Amateur contribution to planetary and exoplanet science', with several contributions relevant to the Jupiter Section.
The talks and the summaries have all been posted by the convenor, Marc Delcroix, free for anyone to download, at:
Most important is:
'How Amateur Astronomers Can Support the Juno Mission' by Marc Delcroix and Glenn Orton
--this describes how amateur images of Jupiter will be received and used by NASA during the Juno mission in 2016-2017.
Another talk posted there is:
'Circulation of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot measured from amateur and Hubble images' by John Rogers and Michel Jacquesson
--summarising our work on the shrinking GRS and its accelerating circulation over the last few years.