The conditions for hearing Jupiter radio activity will continue to improve as Jupiter appears farther and farther away from the Sun. It will reach opposition (the point where it is on the direct opposite side of the Earth from the Sun) on Jan. 5th, 2014. Then Jupiter will best be observed in the late evening sky and gradually appear closer to the Sun. The conjunction in 2014 will occur on July 24, 2014, so, if we assume that the observing season ends about two months before that, we have from August, 2013 to May, 2014 for our Jupiter watch.
For about a decade the Radio Jove project has been enabling participants to share their observations through the Radio Jove archive; approximately 6000 observations are now available online. However, in early 2012 the data submission function to the archive was turned off. For the last several months we have been researching other options to re-enable this option and I am pleased to announce that the archive is now ready to receive your observations once again!
The location of the archive has changed. Please visit: http://radiojove.org/archive.html
Please note that submitters of Radio JOVE data will need a new password. Please contact Leonard Garcia for more information.