Photometric observations of jupiter at 2400 angstroms.

@article{Hord1979PhotometricOO,
  title={Photometric observations of jupiter at 2400 angstroms.},
  author={Charles W. Hord and Robert A West and Karen E. Simmons and David L. Coffeen and Masakazu Sato and Arthur L. Lane and Jay T. Bergstralh},
  journal={Science},
  year={1979},
  volume={206 4421},
  pages={956-9}
}
The photopolarimeter instrument on Voyager 2 was used to obtain a map of Jupiter at an effective wavelength of 2400 angstroms. Analysis of a typical north-south swath used to make this map shows strong absorption at high latitudes by a molecular or particulate constituent in the Jovian atmosphere. At 65 degrees north latitude, the absorbing constituent extends to altitudes above the 50-millibar pressure level.