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Jupiter Image 2020/06/21(UT)
Javier Beltran Jovani,Joaquin Camarena,Jose Luis Pereira,Michel Jacquesson,Antonio Lasala Garcia,Bruce Macdonald,Trevor Barry,Andy Casely,Vlamir da Silva Junior,Christopher Go,Jean-Luc Dauvergne,Lucas Magalhaes Teixeira Gon,Alan Coffelt
Javier,J.Camarena,J.Luis,Michel.J,A.Lasala,B.Macdonald,T.Barry,A.Casely,V.da Silva Jr.,Christopher Go,JL Dauvergne,L.Magalhaes,A.Coffelt
[Javier Beltran Jovani:Castellon-Spain]
[Jose Luis Pereira :Sao Caetano do Sul/Sao Paulo/Brasil]
[Michel Jacquesson : Sevigny-Waleppe (Ardennes) France]
[Antonio Lasala :Morata de Jalon:Spain]
(Bruce Macdonald : Punta Gorda,Florida USA)
Imaged Jupiter June 21st,have very good Ch4 data,good 685nm IR & R data while the G & B data was quite ordinary.
All data resolves a small red spot on the edge of the NPR toward the P limb.
There are three quite extravagant festoons in the EZ with intricate structure resolved in the NEB.
The GRS chimney is most definitely open and well seen in all data.
The changes occurring on a daily basis in the disturbed region immediately following the GRS are fascinating to follow.
Circulation within the GRS is seen in the IR and R data.
I think Clydes spot may be resolved in the STZ preceding the GRS and there is a well resolved small bluish oval below the GRS. Oval BA is nicely resolved in all data.
There is a small bright oval resolved in all data mid transit in the STB with very fine detail resolved in both the NPR and SPR particularly in IR.
[Trevor Barry:Broken Hill:Australia]
GRS is just rising in these images,note the opened Chimney.
Note Clyde's spot region there and also that dark spot on STB south of the GRS. NEB is very turbulent mainly on the preceding side,with a lot of rifts.
A7 (preceding) and A8 (south of GRS) are visible on SSTB. NN-LRS-1 is close to the CM on the NNTB/NNTZ region.
[Vlamir da Silva Junior : Sao Paulo,Brazil]
When I woke up this morning,the sky was clear.
So I set up my imaging system. When I was ready to image Jupiter,
I noticed that the brightness of Jupiter started flickering. When I locked up,there were CLOUDS all over!
The clouds were not moving in but it was building up above me. I was able to get 1 set of RGB.
After 3 minutes,the entire sky was overcast! Seeing was excellent though.
Oval BA can be seen setting on the right. The South Polar red spot can also be seen.
The SEB shows the end of the wake of the GRS. Most of the SEB is very pale. The NEB is very turbulent.
[Christopher Go : Cebu Philippines]
[Jean-Luc Dauvergne:Paris France]
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[Lucas Magalhaes Teixeira Goncalves :Sao Bernardo do Campo,SP,Brazil]