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Jason Perry is an image processing specialist currently working for the Cassini Imaging Team. On the Cassini project, Jason focuses on Saturn’s moon Titan, mapping its surface and examining its geology. Previously, he has been involved with the Galileo and New Horizons missions, focusing on the best planetary body in the solar system (in his opinion), Jupiter’s moon Io. In his spare time, he writes for his Io-centric blog, The Gish Bar Times.

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By Jason Perry on May 2, 2009 in

Date: May 2, 2009 Title: It’s the Season for Eclipses in the Jupiter System Podcaster: Jason Perry Organization: The Gish Bar Times Description: In 2009, as it does every six years, the Jupiter system experiences equinox. While Jupiter’s low axial tilt makes the passing of season much less noticeable than on Earth, Mars, or […]