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Jupiter Image 2020/06/25(UT)
David Arditti,Vincenzo della Vecchia,Bruce Macdonald,Trevor Barry,Efrain Morales Rivera,Vlamir da Silva Junior,Michel Jacquesson,Michael Wong,Milika-Nicholas
D.Arditti,V.della Vecchia,B.Macdonald,T.Barry,E.Morales,V.da Silva Jr.,Michel.J,M.Wong,Milika-Nicholas
On the 25th I was struck by the unusual dark colours in the NEB around L2=105.
While capturing the images I thought it might be a meteor strike,but on processing,it just looks like dark barges.
[David Arditti: Edgware Middlesex HA8 5LW: United Kingdom]
Jupiter in average seeing conditions. There was low level turbulence due to abnormal temperatures we have these days here in Italy
[Vincenzo della Vecchia : [Aversa,Italy]
(Bruce Macdonald : Punta Gorda,Florida USA)
Imaged Jupiter June 25th in variable seeing,mainly due to the misbehaviour of the jet stream.
The best of the data however was quite good and I am satisfied with the overall result.
Have good depth of resolved detail with quite fine detail in both the NPR & SPR.
A prominent red spot is well resolved at all wavelengths in the NNTB while the NEB has quite intricate detail resolved in it.
There are three festoons in the EZ streaming from the southern edge of the NEB with the most westward of them particularly dark.
The SEB also has quite intricate fine detail confined in the thin band along it’s northern edge.
The GRS chimney remains open and well seen at all wavelengths and there is an elongated bluish spot well defined below the GRS
in the STrZ along with other interesting detail preceding the GRS which at first glance looked very much like a Z
There are tow small bright ovals resolved in the STB with another smaller bright oval down on the edge of the SPR.
[Trevor Barry:Broken Hill:Australia]
[Efrain Morales Rivera Aguadilla:Puerto Rico]
Finally I've learn to use 'de-rotation' of WinJupos,so I have here three images,one of them is a total of 8 minutes of images derotated.
NEB is very active here,with many rifts and a new outbreak (bright rounded spot) on the following side.
White ovals on SSTB,four of them,A2 an A3 almost seting.
A4 and A5 are on the following side. Note also a spot on the NNTZ/NNTB region on the following side.
At least four bestoons on the EZ
[Vlamir da Silva Junior : Sao Paulo,Brazil]
[Michel Jacquesson : Sevigny-Waleppe (Ardennes) France]
[Michael Wong,Hong Kong,China]
Here is an rgb image of Jupiter from June 25th along with the individual filter images...quite a lot of detail present in these images. ;)