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Jupiter Image 2019/07/08(UT)
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Trevor Barry,Clyde Foster,Michel Jacquesson,Paul Maxson,Andy Casely,Ethan Chappel
M.Miyahara,T.Barry,C.Foster,Michel.J,P.Maxson,A.Casely,E.Chappel

Miyahara Masayasu

<>[Miyahara Masayasu. Sapporo,Hokkaido,Japan]

Trevor Barry
Imaged Jupiter July 8th in good seeing,have excellent depth of hi-res detail from limb to limb and pole to pole.







[Trevor Barry:Broken Hill:Australia]

Clyde Foster
Back at home from my trip to Bloemfontein to be met with mediocre seeing conditions for this image set.
The CH4's are probably the most interesting with a possible flake-like formation on the western edge of the GRS.






[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]

Michel Jacquesson




[Michel Jacquesson : Sevigny-Waleppe (Ardennes) France]

Paul Maxson

[ Paul Maxson:Surprise,Arizona,United States]

Andy Casely



[Andy Casely,Sydney,Australiaa]

Ethan Chappel
Despite the breezy weather prohibiting the use of the CGEM DX and C14 for the second night straight, 
tonight was another good summer night for planetary imaging.

 - The NEBn contains a few small white ovals.
 - The NEB contains a few rifts.
 - The Equatorial Zone is still orange.
 - Oval BA and the STB Ghost are rising together.
 - The South Polar Red Spot stands out in the south polar regions.

Despite the breezy weather prohibiting the use of the CGEM DX and C14 for the second night straight, 
tonight was another good summer night for planetary imaging.

 - The NEBn contains a few small white ovals.
 - The NEB contains a few rifts.
 - The SEBs is dark.
 - Oval BA and the STB Ghost are rising together.
 - The South Polar Red Spot stands out in the south polar regions.


Despite the breezy weather prohibiting the use of the CGEM DX and C14 for the second night straight, 
tonight was another good summer night for planetary imaging.

 - The SEBs is dark.
 - Oval BA and the STB Ghost are rising together.
 - The South Polar Red Spot stands out in the south polar regions.

[Ethan Chappel Cibolo,Texas,United States]

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