木星 ALPO-Japan Latest
Jupiter Image 2020/06/06(UT)
Javier Beltran Jovani,Clyde Foster,Eric Sussenbach,Efrain Morales Rivera,Ethan Chappel
[Javier Beltran Jovani:Castellon-Spain]
My ongoing attempts to actively track the development of the recent outbreak sp the GRS through an ongoing spell of poor seeing .
The one from last night was just after 22.30 local time with Jupiter rising low over the roof of an outbuilding to the east of the observatory with another try again 8hrs later,
as the sky brightened this morning,and with the GRS just rotating into view. In both instances the RGB and IR was unusable.
I'm glad that at least some other observers,most notably off to the east are getting some exceptional results.
Although the outbreak seems to be brightening in RGB(in images by others),it appears to still be subdued in CH4.
Over the 8 hrs,Callisto replaced its shadow on the planet.
I had a very frustrating imaging run today. Seeing was excellent but my run had to be interrupted by clouds!
On my last images,one can see that Clyde's Spot has brightened again and as a single spot!
Did the two spots merge? I was not able to capture a second set of methane band because of clouds.
The GRS is rising on the left. The NEB is still very active with outbreaks and complex rifts.
The SEBn shows the turbulence from the GRS. Callisto's shadow is to the left of the NNTZ LRS.
[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]
[Eric Sussenbach : [ Willemstad,Curacao (Dutch Caribbean)]
[Efrain Morales Rivera Aguadilla:Puerto Rico]
[Ethan Chappel Cibolo,Texas,United States]