3 edition of Lick Jupiter-voyager reference star catalogue (Klemola, Morabito, and Taraj 1978) found in the catalog.
Lick Jupiter-voyager reference star catalogue (Klemola, Morabito, and Taraj 1978)
by National Space Science Data Center, World Data Center A for Rockets & Satellites, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md
Written in English
|Other titles||Lick Jupiter voyager reference star catalogue (Klemola, Morabito, and Taraj 1978)|
|Statement||Wayne H. Warren, Jr.|
|Series||[NASA TM] -- 105092, NASA technical memorandum -- 105092..|
|Contributions||World Data Center A for Rockets and Satellites.|
|The Physical Object|
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On 5 MarchVoyager 1 made its closest approach to Jupiter, passing at a distance of aboutkilometres (, miles) from the planet’s centre. It captured this close-up view of the swirling clouds around Jupiter’s Great Red Spot in February as it approached the gas giant. Positions in standard form (hours, minutes, and seconds of time for the right ascensions and degrees, minutes, and seconds of arc for the declinations) have been added to the machine readable version of this catalogue.
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Lick Jupiter-Voyager reference star catalogue (Klemola, Morabito, and Taraji ): Documentation for the machine-readable version. NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Warren, Wayne H., Jr. The machine-readable version of the catalog, as it is currently being distributed from the Astronomical Data Center, is described.
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Jupiter, showing the Great Red Spot, and Ganymede, from 40 million km. Voyager 1 image of Jupitor and Ganymede while the spacecraft was a little over a month away from closest approach, at a distance of over 40 million km (25 million miles).