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Jupiter Image 2020/07/25(UT)
Lucas Magalhaes Teixeira Gon,Eric Sussenbach,Pericles Enache,Christofer Mauricio Baez Jim,Christopher Go,Jose Luis Pereira,Clyde Foster,Javier Beltran Jovani,Fumega Camilo Ucha,Efrain Morales Rivera,Michel Jacquesson,Trevor Barry,Vlamir da Silva Junior
L.Magalhaes,E.Sussenbach,P.Enache,C.Baez,Christopher Go,J.Luis,C.Foster,Javier,Camilo,E.Morales,Michel.J,T.Barry,V.da Silva Jr.
Lucas Magalhaes Teixeira Goncalves|
[Lucas Magalhaes Teixeira Goncalves :Sao Bernardo do Campo,SP,Brazil]
[Eric Sussenbach : [ Willemstad,Curacao (Dutch Caribbean)]
Lower layers of the atmosphere improved during the day as a strong wind sent the air pollution away.
On the other hand jet stream came back speeding to 28 m/s and seeing improving to around 0.92 arc seconds.
Weird for a winter night,temperature was 21 degrees Celsius and humidity going from 30 to 35 percent (very dry!).
Far from outstanding recordings I got some reasonable images at the end.
[Pericles Enache,Sao Paulo,Brazil]
Christofer Mauricio Baez Jimenez|
23 images de-rotated using WinJUPOS.
[Christofer Mauricio Baez Jimenez :Santo Domingo,Dominican Republic.]
I received a message from Frank Cesarski that a huge thunderstorm was headed my way.
He wasn't kidding. Although the southern half of the sky was clear,the N,NE and E had huge thunderstorms!
I rushed to do image Jupiter and had 5 minutes to spare before the storm arrived. Seeing and transparency was good.
The GRS and Oval BA are setting on the right. The wake of the GRS dominates the SEB.
But the rest of the SEB is pale and calm. Note a red spot close to the south pole.
The NEB is very chaotic due probably to the current upheaval.
Note the large white spot on the NNTZ with what seems to be a small oval attached to it on its SSW side
[Christopher Go : Cebu Philippines]
[Jose Luis Pereira :Sao Caetano do Sul/Sao Paulo/Brasil]
Juno PJ28 one rotation after flyby.
I really wasn't expecting anything particularly good with Jupiter still quite low,so I was pleasantly surprised with the conditions.
Just a pity that the best data was when the track had already past the CM,so the images show more of the southern section of the flyby.
My imaging has been negatively affected by both the seeing conditions and also a few health problems the last couple of weeks,but glad to say things are looking a bit better now.
[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]
[Javier Beltran Jovani:Castellon-Spain]
[Fumega Camilo Ucha : Galicia,Spain]
[Efrain Morales Rivera Aguadilla:Puerto Rico]
[Michel Jacquesson : Sevigny-Waleppe (Ardennes) France]
Imaged Jupiter July 25th in good seeing. Of course this was the night of PJ28 but the track of JUNO would have been over the F limb.
Have nice depth of resolved detail from pole to pole and limb to limb at all wavelengths.
I note a tiny bluish spot on in the NNTZ on the edge of the NPR midway between the F limb and CM.
Quite intricate structure is resolved in the NEB with a line of four prominent dark features associated with festoons extending into the EZ.
There is very intricate detail resolved in a thin band along EZ SEB border particularly well seen in 685nm IR and R data.
The GRS chimney doesn't seem as open as it has been and circulation is seen within the GRS.
The disturbed region of the SEB immediately following the GRS is very well resolved.
A bluish spot precedes the GRS below and to the P side in the STZ.
Oval BA is very well resolved,it does seem to be fading somewhat and the structure of the material following
Oval BA is well seen. Several v small compact dark spots are resolved below Oval BA in the SSTZ.
[Trevor Barry:Broken Hill:Australia]
[Vlamir da Silva Junior : Sao Paulo,Brazil]