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Jupiter Image 2020/06/30(UT)
Davide Pistritto,Vincenzo della Vecchia,Luigi Morrone,Christopher Go,Trevor Barry,Javier Fuertes,Efrain Morales Rivera,Vlamir da Silva Junior,Michel Jacquesson,Clif Ashcraft
D.Pistritto,V.della Vecchia,L.Morrone,Christopher Go,T.Barry,J.Fuertes,E.Morales,V.da Silva Jr.,Michel.J,C.Ashcraft
[Davide Pistritto : Italy]
Jupiter shot tonight in reasonable seeing conditions. Here are 2 RGB derotated spanning 20 minutes,from a total of 6.
[Vincenzo della Vecchia : [Aversa,Italy]
[Luigi Morrone : City Agerola Italy]
Monsoon is here. It has been raining here for the past week. The sky was mostly cloudy today.
I was imaging through an opening in the clouds. Seeing was variable and transparency was very poor.
The GRS is well resolved in these images. The dark core and some small ovals can be seen inside the GRS.
There is a dark oval NE of the GRS. The "flake" is on the p side of the GRS.
The chimney above the GRS is open. The wake of the GRS shows complex outbreaks.
Clyde's spot seem to be gone and a dark streak can be seen. Note the very dark spot south of the GRS.
Oval BA is rising on the left and is approaching the GRS.
The NEBs is very dark red while the NEBn still shows the disturbance that started earlier this year.
There is a small white spot SW of the NNTZ LRS>
[Christopher Go : Cebu Philippines]
Imaged Jupiter June 30th,hoped to cover the region from Oval BA to the GRS.
Earlier in the session I had imaged Saturn while waiting for my target region on Jove to arrive.
All of the data captured for Saturn was effected by fast moving cloud passing through and that situation persisted for Jupiter.
Have only Ch4 & 685nm IR data,thought about deleting it and not worrying about processing it at all.
Surprisingly some detail is resolved,both Ch4 & IR show the GRS chimney to be open
and some circulation is seen within the GRS. The disturbed region following the GRS resolves a little of that detail and Oval BA is seen
[Trevor Barry:Broken Hill:Australia]
[Javier Fuertes Leon,Spain]
[Efrain Morales Rivera Aguadilla:Puerto Rico]
Struggling to have a good seeing before and after a cold front,trying to find 'windows' of clear skies and at least a fair 'seeing'.
Anyway,once again visiting this erea with white ovals A4 and A5 on SSTB and all those amazing rifts on NEB with about 5 festoons on EZ.
I did a de-rotation of 4 minutes (one of the images),
but in my opinion,with the bad seeing I had,individual images like the others sometimes seems to be better ones.
[Vlamir da Silva Junior : Sao Paulo,Brazil]
[Michel Jacquesson : Sevigny-Waleppe (Ardennes) France]
[Clif Ashcraft:New Jersey:USA]