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Jupiter Image 2020/05/16(UT)
Clyde Foster,Cory Schmitz,Anthony Wesley,Tiziano Olivetti,Trevor Barry,Michel Jacquesson,Damian Peach
Given the (what I considered as) poor conditions,with jet stream,I was happy to get a full image set out.
Whilst processing the methane band data from this morning,
it appears that there may be some activity on the following edge of the GRS as well as a possible bulge on the np edge which may be worth monitoring,
as SEBs rings are moving through and into the GRS hollow
From a lot of RGB data,I was only able to use 1R,2G's and 2B's.
There may be a hint of the reddish cloud on the f edge of the GRS in the RGB and also some reddish remnants
in the wake. Having said that I wasn't overly happy with the colour balance.
The IR was produced from 4 captures taken late in the session when seeing was deteriorating further.
[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]
Focus was difficult to achieve due to high frequency poor seeing and the fact that the primary mirror was out of collimation.
The moon color channels did not line up,
so they were processed separately and overlaid at the point of the noted capture time (based on the green channel placement and WinJUPOS
Focus was difficult to achieve due to high frequency poor seeing and the fact that the primary mirror
was out of collimation. Luckily,by derotating 8 of the best images over a 12.5 minute period,
I was able to come up with an acceptable result.
The GRS is showing nice detail around it and the NEB seems quite turbulent.
[Cory Schmitz : Johannesburg,South Africa]
Hi all,here are two images of Jupiter from this morning taken about an
hour apart. Due to the seeing conditions the IR750 longpass filter was
the best option.
Oval BA can be seen setting at lower right in the earlier image,and the
North Equatorial Belt appears very active with many rifts and storms
[Anthony Wesley,Murrumbateman Australia]
attached some images form last night showing the turbulent NEB.
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[Tiziano Olivetti : Bangkok Thailand]
Imaged Jupiter May 16th,have very good Ch4,685nm IR and R channel data while G & B data was only fair.
Have excellent depth of resolved detail in IR and R from limb to limb.
Oval BA is toward the P limb with a formation of three small bright ovals toward the F limb in the SSTB
along with several tiny black spots resolved in the NPR.
The disturbed southern band along the edge of the SEB is well resolved.
There are quite flamboyant festoons in the EZ and the NEB is dominated by a significant rather dark section. Very fine detail is resolved along the NNTB with very fine detail in the NPR.
[Trevor Barry:Broken Hill:Australia]
[Kunihiko Suzuki : Yokohama-city Kanagawa-Prefecture Japan]
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[Michel Jacquesson : Sevigny-Waleppe (Ardennes) France]
Here is an image from May 16th. Average seeing. The turbulent northward expanding NEB is nicely seen here.
[Damian Peach: Loudwater,Buckinghamshire,United Kingdom]