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Jupiter Image 2018/03/19(UT)
Guilherme Grassmann,Anthony Wesley,Walter Martins,Christopher Go,Fabio Carvalho,Mark Lonsdale,Vlamir da Silva Junior
G.Grassmann,Anthony.W,W.Martins,Christopher Go,F.Carvalho,M.Lonsdale,V.da Silva Jr.
[Guilherme Grassmann,Americana-San Paulo,Brasil]
Hi all,after being away for 3 weeks I was pleasantly surprised to find
some reasonable seeing on my first morning back home today. Oval BA is
setting at lower right,followed to its left by the outbreak in the STrZ.
[Anthony Wesley,Murrumbateman Australia]
[Walter Martins : SAO PAULO BRAZIL]
I was not sure I could image today. Accuweather predicted cloudy skies and a chance of showers.
True enough,when I woke up at 2am local time,the sky was overcast!
TI went back to sleep. I had a hard time sleeping so I went back out at around 2:45am and found the sky clear!
TSeeing was horrible during the start of session. I had to discard a most of my data today.
TBut seeing improved about 40min after I started imaging. Seeing was still not great.
Oval BA is at the edge on the right.
TThe STB Ghost is now a complex of small white ovals and some dark material. Note the dark band on the STrZ/STB border.
TThe SEBn is turbulent while the NEB is quiet in this region.
[Christopher Go : Cebu Philippines]
[Fabio Carvalho : Assis,Brazil]
2018/03/19 16:20:33 (UT) (mean time from derotation process).
Physical data Diameter=41.24" CMI=18.6° CMII=358.9° CMIII=210.0°
[Mark Lonsdale : [Canberra,Australia]
Seeing helped a lot. I got GRS rising till it got to the CM.
Interesting structures/spots on SEBs following the GRS (interections with the STrp-D).
NEBn wavy as it has been.
See the two ovals on SSTeB and a brownish/redish spot on the SPR.
A dark segment of SSTeB follows the two AWO.
We can also see spots to the north of NNTeB.
NTBs is darker than the northern part.
[Vlamir da Silva Junior : Sao Paulo,Brazil]