As Jupiter sinks into the evening twilight, another season for observing it's natural radio emissions draws to a close.
We encourage observers to use their Radio JOVE telescope to monitor Solar radio emissions.
As we approach the maximum of the solar cycle, and a new Jupiter observing season begins, we anticipate the number of emails to our distribution list announcing observations of activity to increase. This will be good news to some observers but may impose a burden in e-mail traffic for others. Accordingly we have set up a new distribution list for those observers interested in submitting and receiving messages specifically about (often time sensitive) Jove observations.
Consequently, we ask that all emails announcing observation results use the new email distribution list: RADIOJOVE-DATA@LISTS.NASA.GOV
If you wish to receive or send messages about observation results you will need to subscribe to this new list. To subscribe to this new list simply go to https://lists.nasa.gov/mailman/listinfo/radiojove-data and enter your e-mail address. (The rest of the form is optional.) This new email distribution list is specifically for announcing Jove program observations of activity from Jupiter, the Sun and other relevant radio sources detectable by Radio Jove equipment. Typically these observations will include SkyPipe plots and/or spectrograms depicting emission activity.
We also ask that all emails that are mainly between two individuals not be distributed to the entire list.
The original radiojove distribution list will be used for announcements of coming events, discussion of Jove specific technical questions, and other Jove related general interest materials. This is the distribution list that everyone who registers with the Jove program is automatically signed up for.
An updated Jove Archive site is in the works and uploads will be accepted again in the near future. Details about this new archive will be posted here soon.