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Jupiter Image 2020/06/22(UT)
Antonio Vilchez,Jose Luis Pereira,Michel Jacquesson,Bernard BAYLE,Ecleido Sousa Azevedo,Christopher Go,Clyde Foster,Sage Gray,Vlamir da Silva Junior,Javier Fuertes,Jean-Luc Dauvergne,Andy Casely,Clif Ashcraft
A.Vilchez,J.Luis,Michel.J,B.Bayle,E.S.Azevedo,Christopher Go,C.Foster,S.Gray,V.da Silva Jr.,J.Fuertes,JL Dauvergne,A.Casely,C.Ashcraft
[Antonio Vilchez : [Pedro Martinez,Spain]]
[Jose Luis Pereira :Sao Caetano do Sul/Sao Paulo/Brasil]
[Michel Jacquesson : Sevigny-Waleppe (Ardennes) France]
[Bernard BAYLE : Carnac,France]
[Ecleido Sousa Azevedo : Areado/MG,Brasil]
I was planning to image at around midnight but it was raining hard during that time. Went back to sleep.
Woke up at close to 2am to find the sky has cleared. Went to image but clouds suddenly appeared.
Since the GRS was rising,I waited for close to 35 min for the sky to clear. I was not disappointed.
Seeing was average although transparency was poor.
This image shows a very rare treat. Callisto is in transit with the GRS.
That dark spot is Callisto not a shadow! I have not imaged a Callisto transit in years.
The GRS looks very interesting today. Note the bright spot on the north inside the GRS!
The flake on the GRS is now on the p side. The wake of the GRS shows a very complex turbulence.
Note the very dark feature in the wake. The chimney above the GRS is now open.
SE of the GRS is the area of Clyde's spot. Two spots can be seen though these are dark in methane band.
The dark spots SW of the GRS looks like two dark cyclones. Oval BA can be seen rising on the left.
The dark ring is well resolved. The NEB still looks very strange especially the light NEBn. The NNTZ LRS is prominent.
[Christopher Go : Cebu Philippines]
Another pre-midnight session with below average seeing conditions. Callisto was in transit,dark in RGB and IR,bright in the methane band.
[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]
5 minute clip derotated in WinJUPOS. The streaked moon on the right is Europa.
I'm not sure how to stack Jupiter's moons separately yet so it'll have to remain a streak for now.
[Sage Gray :Los Angeles,California,USA]
The seeing helped a lot here,but just at the moment of this capture.
A lot of lost videos this night because of bad seeing. Amazing area of NEB,full of rifts and spots.
Note the white spot (STZ AWO) on the preceding side,the one that follows the Oval BA,which has already gone here.
A1 (near the CM),A2 and A3 are well visible on SSTB (white ovals).
[Vlamir da Silva Junior : Sao Paulo,Brazil]
[Javier Fuertes Leon,Spain]
[Jean-Luc Dauvergne:Paris France]
[Clif Ashcraft:New Jersey:USA]