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Jupiter Image 2020/05/24(UT)
Joaquin Camarena,Clyde Foster,Eric Sussenbach,Christopher Go,Anthony Wesley,Michel Jacquesson,George Lamy
The earlier start,to catch the GRS (2.00am local time) rewarded me with better seeing conditions,
although there was a significant deterioration over the following hour.
But I was more than pleased to get the best of the conditions with the GRS well placed.
The flake is well seen in the CH4 image,and reddish flake material can be seen in the RGB image pushing out to the west
(left/following) of the GRS,preceded (in my opinion) by the "responsible" SEBs ring.
There is quite a bit of high altitude activity in the GRS region including an interesting loop extending around the eastern(right/preceding) side of the GRS
Bright outbreaks continue in the GRS wake.
I also noted the bright white cloud extending into the STrZ to the east of the GRS as well as the bluish feature sp the GRS.
Both can be seen in the RGB inset image.
[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]
[Eric Sussenbach : [ Willemstad,Curacao (Dutch Caribbean)]
Condition was poor today due to SW winds. Seeing and transparency was variable due to clouds.
I was hoping to capture the GRS close to the CM,but I was clouded out.
The GRS is rising on these images. Note the extension on the GRS on the p side.
There is a white oval that is about to enter the GRS halo. Note the bluish feature SE of the GRS.
Is this the STB Ghost? This feature is very dark in methane band. Te NEB is very active in this region.
There are outbreaks and complex rifts. The NNTZ LRS can also be seen.
[Christopher Go : Cebu Philippines]
≪神奈川県横浜市泉区 堀川邦昭≫[Kuniaki Horikawa:Kanagawa Japan]
≪神奈川県横浜市 米山誠一≫[Seiichi Yoneyama:Kanagawa Japan]
Hi all,here are images of Jupiter from this morning in visible (RGB),
IR750 longpass and CH4 (889/18nm) filters. Conditions were very poor for
most of the session however by the miracle of Winjupos I could construct
a reasonable set of images from a subset of the data that was recorded.
Some interesting happenings can be seen - in the CH4 image a bright spot
is visible west of the GRS,in a region that seems to contain several
bright (high altitude) storms. A streamer of cloud can be seen
connecting it to the GRS. I'm not sure if this indicates material
flowing into the GRS or out of the GRS,although my instinct is that
it's an inflow due to the anticyclonic rotation of the GRS. The right
hand side of the GRS is deformed,with a noticeable bulge at lower right.
In the IR750 image (taken a bit earlier) the bright spot and streamer
left of the GRS can just be seen close to the limb. The North Equatorial
Belt continues to be very active.
The colour image was the best I could construct from a lot of
variable/mostly poor individual recordings,however it does show the NEB
outbreaks as well as teh deformed region around the GRS right hand side.
[Anthony Wesley,Murrumbateman Australia]
<<神奈川県 藤沢市 西岡達志>>[Tatsushi Nishioka. Fujisawa-city,Kanagawa,Japan]
[Michel Jacquesson : Sevigny-Waleppe (Ardennes) France]