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Jupiter Image 2020/05/10(UT)
Jose Luis Pereira,Clyde Foster,Eric Sussenbach,Anthony Wesley,Efrain Morales Rivera,Niall MacNeill,Vinicius Mansano Martins,Vlamir da Silva Junior
J.Luis,C.Foster,E.Sussenbach,K.Suzuki,Anthony.W,M.Kuroda,E.Morales,N.MacNeill,V.Martins,V.da Silva Jr.
[Jose Luis Pereira :Sao Caetano do Sul/Sao Paulo/Brasil]
Rather mediocre seeing conditions this morning,showing the hemisphere without the GRS and Oval BA.
[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]
[Eric Sussenbach : [ Willemstad,Curacao (Dutch Caribbean)]
[Kunihiko Suzuki : Yokohama-city Kanagawa-Prefecture Japan]
≪神奈川県 横浜市 鈴木邦彦≫
Hi all,here's an image of Jupiter from this morning through a 750nm
longpass filter,again this was the filter of choice due to poor seeing.
The GRS can be seen rising at lower left,and there is a prominent
bright storm close to the centre of the image in the North Equatorial Belt.
Also present in the image,but invisible,is Europa. It's off to the
left of the bright storm,however due to the long integration time for
this image (just over 40 minutes) it's relative motion over that time
smears it out so much that you can't see it unless you know exactly
where to look.
This image was made by combining 11 x 75s captures in Winjupos,between
1729UTC and 1810UTC.
Hi all,one more image from this morning,taken using a methane
absorption (CH4) filter to show altitudes of clouds in Jupiters
atmosphere instead of colours. Bright features are higher.
Ganymede (lower left) and Europa (in transit) are the two very bright
and over-exposed blobs,best ignored. The GRS is visible at lower left,
and you can also just about see a bright extension off its right hand
edge which may indicate that it's shedding some red (high altitude)
material. Better seeing is needed to show this detail more clearly.
Interestingly the convective storm that was very bright in the IR750
image from earlier is not so conspicuous here. You can see it as a faint
bright spot just to the right of Europa in the North Equatorial Belt but
it doesn't really stand out as anything special. This shows that it's
still relatively deep down in Jupiters atmosphere,probably not much
above the altitude of the surrounding clouds.
[Anthony Wesley,Murrumbateman Australia]
≪黒田瑞穂 : 兵庫県 太子町≫[Mizuho Kuroda : Taishi Hyogo Japan]
[Efrain Morales Rivera Aguadilla:Puerto Rico]
[Niall MacNeill : Wattle Flat,NSW,Australia]
[Vinicius Mansano Martins : Ribeirao Preto - SP,Brazil]
On these images we can see WSZ near the CM on NEBn, with its light brown material around it.
To the north of WSZ, another spot can be seen, it's NN-WS-6, on the NNTB domain, with all that interesting brownish segment following it.
NEB is much darker than SEB. Interesting material and spots on STB following side, most of this belt continue to be whitened in general.
White spots A4 and A5 well visible on SSTB. About four festoons on EZ.
[Vlamir da Silva Junior : Sao Paulo,Brazil]