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Jupiter Image 2020/04/18(UT)
Clyde Foster,Walter Martins,Christopher Go,Anthony Wesley,Trevor Barry,Niall MacNeill,Mark Lonsdale,Agapios Elia,Damian Peach
One of those mornings when I'm not sure if I was lucky or unlucky.
Up early at 2.50am to try and catch the GRS and the sky was perfectly clear as I went out to the observatory.
As the roof opened I looked up and saw isolated clouds rapidly moving in.
I quickly fired up the scope and PC and started capturing. I managed to get good R and G runs but Jupiter was coming and going
as I captured the B. By the end of the B,Jupiter was gone and I had total cloud cover. Somehow,thankfully,
the software managed to make just enough of the B be able to put together this RGB.
Frustrating,as the conditions didn't look bad. Oh well,back to bed....!
[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]
[Walter Martins : SAO PAULO BRAZIL]
[Kunihiko Suzuki : Yokohama-city Kanagawa-Prefecture Japan]
≪神奈川県 横浜市 鈴木邦彦≫
≪神奈川県 横浜市 三品利郎≫[Toshirou.Mishina:Kanagawa Japan]
Seeing was variable this morning. I was able to make two runs with Jupiter just to catch the GRS.
The GRS still shows a flake like extension on the f side? Note the small white oval SW of the GRS.
There are two bright outbreaks at the wake of the GRS. The GRS is elliptical in methane band.
The NEB very active in this region with some outbreaks and complex rifting. The NNTZ LRS can also be seen.
[Christopher Go : Cebu Philippines]
Hi all,here's a colour image of Jupiter from this morning in reasonable
seeing. There was a lot of cloud and variable seeing around,I was lucky
to find a break long enough to get this data.
The GRS is rising at lower left,you can see it's outline looks a bit
bumpy - seems like there's still something going on there.
[Anthony Wesley,Murrumbateman Australia]
≪神奈川県横浜市泉区 堀川邦昭≫[Kuniaki Horikawa:Kanagawa Japan]
Imaged Jupiter April 18th in fair seeing,through good luck rather than good management I dodged the clouds that were moving through.
Have the GRS on the F limb. There is a small bright oval down in the SSTB and the STB Spectre is well resolved.
The two very dark features in the EZ were quite striking,
even in the raw feed and the Northern half of the SEB has quite intricate structure within it.
[Trevor Barry:Broken Hill:Australia]
[Niall MacNeill : Wattle Flat,NSW,Australia]
[Mark Lonsdale : [Canberra,Australia]
[Agapios Elia : Agia Varvara,Nicosia,Cyprus]
[Damian Peach: Loudwater,Buckinghamshire,United Kingdom]