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Jupiter Image 2020/04/23(UT)
鈴木邦彦,阿久津富夫,井上 修,長瀬雅明,荒川 毅,黒田瑞穂
Clyde Foster,Christopher Go,Trevor Barry,Anthony Wesley,Eric Sussenbach,Efrain Morales Rivera,Christofer Mauricio Baez Jim,Vlamir da Silva Junior
C.Foster,K.Suzuki,T.Akutsu,Christopher Go,T.Barry,O.Inoue,Anthony.W,M.Nagase,T.Arakawa,M.Kuroda,E.Sussenbach,E.Morales,C.Baez,V.da Silva Jr.
I didn't intend imaging this morning,as I have a number of other things to sort out today,
but wandering outside before dawn and looking up with Jupiter almost overhead,
I couldn't resist opening up the observatory for a short,quick 10min session.
I grabbed two sets of RGB data,and noticed Io reappearing from behind Jupiter.
There is a noticeable white cloud on the NEBn/NTrZ,approaching the CM and interesting structure across the NEB.
Its 08.15 now,so I have the rest of the day ahead to tackle a few other priorities!
[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]
[Kunihiko Suzuki : Yokohama-city Kanagawa-Prefecture Japan]
≪神奈川県 横浜市 鈴木邦彦≫
≪茨城県 : 阿久津富夫≫
Now I understand why they call a gap in the cloud sucker holes.
It was mostly cloudy today but there was a big clearing around Jupiter.
I setup my imaging system. After taking 2 sets of RGB,the clouds rolled in the and the sky was overcast!
I took down my system. After taking down my system completely,the sky around Jupiter cleared again!
So I set up again only to be overcast right after I finish setting up. Grrrr! I went back to sleep!
Fortunately seeing was excellent when I took the two images although transparency was deteriorated as the clouds rolled in.
I am happy that I took those 2 sets as the result is acceptable. The GRS can be seen here.
Note the bright ovals on the p side of the GRS. There is a hint of a flake on the f side of the GRS.
Some outbreaks can be seen on the wake of the GRS.
The NEB is very turbulent and shows complex riftings. The NNTZ LRS is prominent and very red!
[Christopher Go : Cebu Philippines]
Imaged Jupiter April 23rd in quite reasonable seeing,have excellent depth of detail from limb to limb particularly with the 685nm IR and R channel data.
I note a large red spot in the NNTB. There is very intricate structure within the EZ above the GRS with three prominent dark festoons streaming from the edge of the NEB.
The F side of the GRS looks interesting with an extension of material in that direction.
There are also small white ovals down in the SSTB and on the edge of the SPR.
I also note a very fine streak exiting the P side of the GRS at approx 45 degrees down into the STrZ.
[Trevor Barry:Broken Hill:Australia]
≪大阪府 枚方市 井上 修≫[Osamu Inoue. Hirakata-shi,Osaka,Japan]
Hi all,here's a colour image of Jupiter from this morning. Seeing was
difficult once again,this is about 30 minutes of data combined using
WinJupos to get this image.
[Anthony Wesley,Murrumbateman Australia]
≪奈良県奈良市 荒川 毅≫[Tsuyoshi Arakawa:Nara Japan]
≪黒田瑞穂 : 兵庫県 太子町≫[Mizuho Kuroda : Taishi Hyogo Japan]
[Eric Sussenbach : [ Willemstad,Curacao (Dutch Caribbean)]
Hi All!,My latest session of Jupiter on April 23rd. and a polar map
[Efrain Morales Rivera Aguadilla:Puerto Rico]
Christofer Mauricio Baez Jimenez|
[Christofer Mauricio Baez Jimenez :Santo Domingo,Dominican Republic.]
NEB much darker and brownish than SEB. SEB divided in three areas. A brownish EZ.
The main two festoons on the following side are really dark in IR.
Note WSZ (close to the CM) on NEBn and also those three on SSTB.
Other two spots visible before CM on NNTB.
STB Sceptre has risen.
[Vlamir da Silva Junior : Sao Paulo,Brazil]