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Ulysses Observations



Click here to see Ulysses' view of Jupiter during one of the impacts.

The spacecraft will be about 500 million miles (800 million kilometers) from Jupiter during comet impact. Ulysses carries no cameras. It will observe radio-wave transmissions with its combined radio wave and plasma wave instrument. Ulysses is managed by JPL.

Public Affairs contact:
James H. Wilson
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Pasadena, Calif.,
(818) 354-5011

Ulysses Observation Plans

Ulysses Observations

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