木星 ALPO-Japan Latest
Jupiter Image 2020/05/26(UT)
Clyde Foster,Javier Beltran Jovani,Cory Schmitz,Marc Delcroix,Willian Souza,Michel Jacquesson,Efrain Morales Rivera,John Sussenbach,Christopher Go
Low-res results,centred approx. on the Juno PJ27 flyby track,due to very poor seeing conditions and severe jet stream.
Cloud closed over during the session,preventing any IR capture.
The CH4 capture does not appear to show any significant flake development on the p/east edge of the GRS,
but this needs to be confirmed under better conditions.
Having been clouded over at the end of the earlier PJ27 session,
I decided to have a look at the data which took a bit of time.
But before heading back to bed,I had a quick look outside again,
and was pleasantly surprised to see that the sky had totally cleared. So my GRS session was back on!
Although conditions remained poor,
I managed to find enough decent data in amongst the rejects to put together a full image set.
The CH4 was not great and doesn't really give clarity on the development on the east edge.
The flake material to the west appears to have mainly dissipated(at least in the CH4),
although I suspect some reddish material may have been dragged west by the SEBs ring,which I think has moved out that way
[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]
[Javier Beltran Jovani:Castellon-Spain]
[Cory Schmitz : Johannesburg,South Africa]
Under bad conditions
[Marc Delcroix Tournefeuille,France]
[Willian Souza : Sao Paulo,Brazil]
[Michel Jacquesson : Sevigny-Waleppe (Ardennes) France]
[Efrain Morales Rivera Aguadilla:Puerto Rico]
Seeing was variable today but mostly good.
The NEB continues to be very active in this region. There are a lot of rifts and outbreaks.
WSZ can be seen just past the CM. The SEB looks pale.
[Christopher Go : Cebu Philippines]