# Then measure 5 storms in cm (longest distance and shortest distance across the storms) and enter the long measurements under “A (cm)” and the short measurement under “B (cm)” in “Project 1”, “Table 1” for each of the three images. Input those values into your excel Table 1 Lab 8 – Jupiter.xlsx

Data Collection:
https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/juno/multimedia/pia14411.html
https://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/imagegallery/image_feature_2190.html
https://www.jpl.nasa.gov/spaceimages/details.php?id=PIA01509
Step 1: Above are three images of Jupiter in three different epochs (times). Let’s count the number of storms in each image (oval shaped) and see if there is much difference over the 30 years.
Step 2: Now, check the average sizes of the storms. Measure the disk of Jupiter in cm and enter in the measurement in cm under “D (cm)” in the Excel doc “Project 1”, “Table 1.” Then measure 5 storms in cm (longest distance and shortest distance across the storms) and enter the long measurements under “A (cm)” and the short measurement under “B (cm)” in “Project 1”, “Table 1” for each of the three images. Input those values into your excel Table 1 Lab 8 – Jupiter.xlsx