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Jupiter Image 2019/03/29(UT)
Michel Jacquesson,Avani Soares,Christopher Go,Clyde Foster,Paul Maxson
[Michel Jacquesson : Sevigny-Waleppe (Ardennes) France]
Another photo among clouds that came out with good definition.
So I can not make an acceptable sequence to create a GIF with smooth movements.
Highlight for the Oval BA that is currently quite prominent.
With all those clouds that always have in the morning until I'm doing well!
Today I got up at 4:30 a.m. I looked up and I did not believe!
I turned to the east and saw that there was a hole coming towards me,I thought to myself:
That's where I'm going to get it,give it!
[ Observatory Parsec,City Canoas,Brazil]
<<北海道札幌市 宮原正育>>[Miyahara Masayasu. Sapporo,Hokkaido,Japan]
Transparency was poor this morning due to thin clouds. Seeing was fair.
The GRS is well resolved in these images.
Note the red extension of the GRS on the f side which seems to be leaking into the SEB. The wake of the GRS is very turbulent.
The shape of the GRS in Methane band shows the red extension.
Note the two tiny Anti-cyclonic White Ovals (AWO) below the GRS on the STB.
As Damian noted,these two seem to be close to merging. Both of these AWO are bright in methane band.
The NEB looks quiet in this region. Io can be seen on the NEBn.
Above Io is the White Oval Z. There are a good number of small white ovals on the NNTZ.
Two small white ovals on the NNTZ seem to be right next to each other.
This can be seen on the 2nd color image just before the CM.
[Christopher Go : Cebu Philippines]
As you are aware,with Jupiter,my primary interest is monitoring the weather systems on the planet,
and I normally crop the field of view down to the planet itself.
However on the morning of the 29th,before cropping down,
I couldn’t help but notice that all four of the Galilean moons were visible on the full field of view
and I thought I would give it a try to capture them all.
Although the seeing did not appear that good on the screen,
I was able to detect some surface features on all four of the moons.
[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]
[ Paul Maxson:Surprise,Arizona,United States]