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Jupiter Image 2020/05/15(UT)
Eric Sussenbach,Anthony Wesley,Trevor Barry,Tiziano Olivetti,Michael Wong,Avani Soares,John Kazanas
[Eric Sussenbach : [ Willemstad,Curacao (Dutch Caribbean)]
Hi all,here are two images of Jupiter from this morning in very
unstable conditions - I could find just enough time for the mono images
here but no attempt at colour was successful as the seeing didn't stay
stable for long enough.
The CH4 image shows a bright extension on the left (following) side of
the GRS,this may be some recently ejected red cloud. It can also be
seen in the IR750 image but at much lower contrast.
Oval BA is rising at lower left,and the North Equatorial Belt continues
to be very active,once again the CH4 image shows it to be a mix of high
and low altitude clouds with quite violent mixing.
A number of other bright (high altitude) storms can be seen in the CH4
image,including one very close to the south polar hazes at bottom left,
and an opposite one close to the north polar region at top right. These
are also prominent in the IR750 image.
[Anthony Wesley,Murrumbateman Australia]
Imaged Jupiter May 15th,have good Ch4 data,excellent 685nm IR data and fair RGB data.
There is an oval up in the NPR and another nice oval in the NTeB,these are resolved in all data.
The NEB is quite disturbed with extravagant festoons sweeping down into the EZ.
The GRS and surrounding region is well resolved particularly in IR.
I note a line-up of five tiny black spots very sharply resolved on the Northern edge of the STrB
with a small oval immediately below in the STeB and another smaller oval further below on the edge of the SPR.
[Trevor Barry:Broken Hill:Australia]
attached a sequence of images from last night,under excellent seeing but poor transparency.
The oval BA is showing an inner structure which resemble a butterfly,while the NEB is tormented by 3 big vortexes well visible in the last images.
［ティジャノ:オリベッティ バンコック タイ］
[Tiziano Olivetti : Bangkok Thailand]
[Michael Wong,Hong Kong,China]
Photo in conditions not very favorable but already showing enough details.
I've been missing many nights lately due to bad seeing,luckily this was one of the few that was saved.
[ Observatory Parsec,City Canoas,Brazil]
[John Kazanas,Melbourne Australia]