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    • A planetary-scale disturbance in the most intense Jovian atmospheric jet from JunoCam and ground-based observations 

      Sanchez-Lavega, Agustin; Rogers, John H; Orton, Glenn; García Melendo, Enrique José; Legarreta, Jon; Colas, Françoise; Dauvergne, J; Hueso, Ricardo; Rojas, Jose Félix; Perez-Hoyos, Santiago; Mendikoa, Iñigo; Iñurrigarro, P; Gómez-Forrellad, Josep M.; Momary, T; Hansen, C. J.; Eichstaedt, G.; Miles, P; Wesley, A (2017-05-25)
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      We describe a huge planetary-scale disturbance in the highest-speed Jovian jet at latitude 23.5°N that was first observed in October 2016 during the Juno perijove-2 approach. An extraordinary outburst of four plumes was ...
    • An enduring rapidly moving storm as a guide to Saturn's Equatorial jet's complex structure 

      Sanchez-Lavega, Agustin; García Melendo, Enrique José; Perez-Hoyos, Santiago; Hueso, Ricardo; Wong, Michael; Simon, Amy A.; Sanz-Requena, Jose Francisco; Antuñano, Arrate; Barrado-Izaguirre, Naiara; Garate-López, Itziar; Rojas, Jose Félix; del Rio-Gaztelurrutia, Teresa; Gómez-Forrellad, Josep M.; de Pater, Imke; Li, Liming; Barry, Trevor (2016-11-08)
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      Saturn has an intense and broad eastward equatorial jet with a complex three-dimensional structure mixed with time variability. The equatorial region experiences strong seasonal insolation variations enhanced by ring ...
    • Jupiter’s Great Red Spot: strong interactions with incoming anticyclones in 2019 

      Sanchez Lavega, Agustin; Anguiano Arteaga, A; Iñurrigarro, Peio; García Melendo, Enrique José; Legarreta, Jon J.; Hueso, Ricardo; Sanz Requena, Jose Francisco; Perez Hoyos, Santiago; Mendikoa, Iñigo; Soria Guerrero, Manel; Rojas, Jose Félix; Andrés Carcasona, Marc; Prat Gasull, Arnau; Ordoñez Etxebarria, I; Rogers, John H; Foster, Clyde; Mizumoto, S; Casely, A; Hansen, C. J.; Orton, Glenn S.; Momary, T; Eichstädt, Gerald (Wiley, 2021-04)
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      Jupiter’s Great Red Spot (GRS), a giant anticyclone, is the largest and longest-lived of all the vortices observed in planetary atmospheres. During its history, the GRS has shrunk to half its size since 1879, and encountered ...
    • Saturn atmospheric dynamics one year after Cassini: Long-lived features and time variations in the drift of the Hexagon 

      Hueso, Ricardo; Sánchez Lavega, Agustín; Rojas, Jose Félix; Simon, Amy A.; Barry, Trevor; del Rio Gaztelurrutia, Teresa; Antuñano, Arrate; Sayanagi, Kunio; Delcroix, M.; Fletcher, Leigh N.; García Melendo, Enrique José; Pérez Hoyos, Santiago; Blalock, J; Colas, Françoise; Gómez Forrellad, Josep Maria; Gunnarson, J. L.; Peach, D.; Wong, Michael (2020-01-15)
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      We examine Saturn's atmospheric dynamics with observations in the visible range from ground-based telescopes and Hubble Space Telescope (HST). We present a detailed analysis of observations acquired during 2018 obtaining ...