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Jupiter Image 2020/07/23(UT)
Jose Luis Pereira,Clyde Foster,Michel Jacquesson,Pericles Enache,Efrain Morales Rivera,Christopher Go,Jefferson Teng,Lucas Magalhaes Teixeira Gon,Mark Lonsdale,Troy Tranter,Trevor Barry,Andy Casely,Vlamir da Silva Junior
J.Luis,C.Foster,Michel.J,P.Enache,E.Morales,Christopher Go,J.Teng,L.Magalhaes,M.Lonsdale,T.Tranter,T.Barry,A.Casely,V.da Silva Jr.
[Jose Luis Pereira :Sao Caetano do Sul/Sao Paulo/Brasil]
With the current apparent flake formation,after the earlier PJ28 session I had a few hours sleep and then had a go at the GRS.
Seeing was substantially worse than earlier and the RGB and IR was a write-off.
I persevered with the CH4 and managed the attached image.
I had another crack at the GRS yesterday evening in conditions that had at least improved a bit.
I believe the flake that was detected by Andy can be made out in the RGB and Methane images.
[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]
[Michel Jacquesson : Sevigny-Waleppe (Ardennes) France]
Seeing was much better due to a jet stream of 14 m/s.
Calm winter night with a temperature of 19 degrees Celsius,zero wind and low humidity.
Jupiter was steady solid in the ROI and recording was great.
As Christopher Go has pointed,the ongoing NEB derangement is something fascinating to observe.
Jupiter 2020 07 23 from 0215 to 0227 UT
[Pericles Enache,Sao Paulo,Brazil]
[Efrain Morales Rivera Aguadilla:Puerto Rico]
Condition was a bit challenging today due to clouds. Seeing was okay but I had to image through clouds.
The NEB shows complex activity associated with the current upheaval. The SEB is very pale in this region.
[Christopher Go : Cebu Philippines]
this is my new approach,90seconds for each RGB channels and aligned using WinJupos.
[Jefferson Teng: Bandar Lampung,Indonesia]
Lucas Magalhaes Teixeira Goncalves|
[Lucas Magalhaes Teixeira Goncalves :Sao Bernardo do Campo,SP,Brazil]
[Mark Lonsdale : [Canberra,Australia]
2020-07-23 (yyyy-mm-dd),11:36.6 UT CM I 110.9 CM II 33.7 CM III 112.8 Dia = 47.5
[Troy Tranter : Kurri Kurri,N.S.W Australia]
Imaged Jupiter July 23rd in good seeing,have exceptional depth of resolved detail from pole to pole and limb to limb.
I note a small red oval on the Southern edge of the NPR toward the P limb.
A line of tiny compact dark spots in the NTB are resolved in all wavelengths,even Ch4.
Quite intricate structure is resolved through the NEB with three prominent dark features associated with festoons seen along the Southern edge of the NEB.
Very intricate detail is resolved in a thin band along the Southern edge of the EZ and fine structure is resolved in the SEB.
A formation of three centrally located small bright ovals are well resolved in the SSTB with a smaller bright oval toward the F limb.
[Trevor Barry:Broken Hill:Australia]
GRS at the CM here, after that, Jupiter got too high to be imaged from my balcony.
Some details are present in the GRS, also some details barely seen in Oval Ba.
Interesting the outbreaks following the GRS, the southern part of it has a mixture of brownish tint in the
'storm cells' recognized, not so white and bright as the northern part of it.
More of the turbulent NEB, specially on the preceding side with new rifts outbreak.
Note the dark spots on NTBs. some dark spots can also be seen on NNTBs.
WS also seen on the NNNT domain and on the SSST domain, too.
A4 close to the CM (SSTB). SEBs has been interesting all these months.
[Vlamir da Silva Junior : Sao Paulo,Brazil]