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Jupiter Image 2019/05/28(UT)
Clyde Foster,Vlamir da Silva Junior,Pericles Enache,Anthony Wesley,John Rozakis,Guilherme Grassmann,Darren Ellemor,Willian Souza,Paul Maxson
C.Foster,V.da Silva Jr.,P.Enache,Anthony.W,J.Rozakis,G.Grassmann,D.Ellemor,W.Souza,P.Maxson
My image set from this morning where I managed to catch some decent seeing conditions between passing high cloud.
The new large flake is well defined immediately following the GRS.
There is a beautiful thin red streamer extending from the new flake over the top of the GRS to the remnants of the last large flake.
There is a curious grey/blue spider like structure in the wake of the GRS.
Image set from yesterday evening.
As was the case with the last flake,this one is also aligning with the dark stream f/sf the GRS.
It will be interesting to see if it reappears sp the GRS within the next few days,as appeared to be the case with the last flake.
The thin streamer that extends over the top of the GRS can just be made out.
I have included a second RGB for the record
Image set covering the PJ20 flyby track one Jovian rotation prior to flyby.
The RGB is almost centred on the flyby longitude.
Unfortunately the CH4 image is rather poor quality.
Hoping that the flyby went well.
[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]
[Vlamir da Silva Junior : Sao Paulo,Brazil]
My first 3 Jupiter images for this season. El Nino,
Pacific Ocean phenomena,is affecting very much the weather and atmosphere conditions in Brazil.
The bad news is that it is expected to continue active for the next months.
Last night conditions were terrible with a strong Jet Stream from 38 to 40 m/s but I decided to try my chances anyway.
From several RGB,IR and CH4 sequences I was able to save only one IR 642,one Red Channel and one CH4.
There is not a color image this time,I am afraid.
[Pericles Enache,Sao Paulo,Brazil]
Hi all,here's my attempt at the GRS from last night - Jupiter was very
low in the east and the seeing was dreadful,a decent IR image was the
only redeeming feature.
The latest GRS event can be seen building to the left of the GRS,
interestingly it doesn't seem to have moved much in the last day or so,
I wonder if it's already detached and is trapped there? Time will tell
if it continues to move around the GRS in the same fashion as earlier ones.
One more image from last night,in much better seeing - unfortunately the GRS set about 2 hours earlier. This is a true colour image.
Hi all,here's an IR image showing the track that Juno has just taken
over Jupiter,@ L3=18. I've included a WJ generated image that shows the
track,albeit at lower resolution than the other images.
[Anthony Wesley,Murrumbateman Australia]
[John Rozakis,Athens Greece]
[Guilherme Grassmann,Americana-San Paulo,Brasil]
This represents 6 x 90s captures de-rotated in WinJUPOS.
Seeing was quite poor due largely to an unfavourable location low in the sky over neighbouring rooftops.
The "blade" of orange material now apperas to be merging with the brown cloud band encircling the GRS.
North of the GRS,there appears to be a distinct break in the brown cloud band.
whilst south of the GRS the brown cloud band appears to be almost touching/merging with the GRS itself.
[Darren Ellemor : Singapore]
[Willian Souza : Sao Paulo,Brazil]
[ Paul Maxson:Surprise,Arizona,United States]