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Jupiter Image 2020/08/31(UT)
Christopher Go,Clyde Foster,Anthony Wesley,Jose Antonio Soldevilla,Constantin Sprianu,Trevor Barry,Michael Wong,Brian Colville,Johan Warell
Condition was unstable today. Seeing was variable but with with good periods.
Transparency was poor due to haze and clouds.
The NEB is very active in this region. There are a lot of complex rifts. The NEB has become dark and wide.
The SEB is very pale in this region. Note the methane bright region just below the north polar hood.
[Christopher Go : Cebu Philippines]
[Hideo Einaga Kasai-City Hyogo-Prefecture Japan]
≪兵庫県 加西 永長英夫≫
≪石川県小松市 大杉忠夫≫[Tadao Ohsugi:Komatsu city Ishikawa pre,Japan]
In twilight conditions and rapidly forming cloud,
I concentrated on IR and CH4 to try and catch the best of the outbreak,which is now extended and quite complex.
The tail end of the NTBs outbreak is setting at upper right,with the GRS and Oval BA at lower right.
[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]
Hi all,some reasonable seeing yesterday afternoon just before sunset
allowed me to record the NTB storm and it's complex tail. The GRS and
Oval BA are visible close to the centre of the image.
[Anthony Wesley,Murrumbateman Australia]
[Jose Antonio Soldevilla Canyelles-Barcelona-Spain]
≪滋賀県 大津市 安達 誠≫[Makoto Adachi:Siga Japan]
Unfortunately I wasn't able to get the NEB Outbreak in a more favorable position.
Imaged Jupiter August 31st just after sunset hoping for the NTrZ #1 outburst but it had well and trully rotated over the P limb.
With regard to the NTrZ I do note a bright spot at approx Lat+22.6 L3 332.7 which may well be related to the #1 NTrZ outburst or perhaps another.
I also note considerable depth of detail in both the NPR & SPR with a prominent red oval near the CM
on the Southern edge of the NPR nice structure is resolved within the NEB including two of the dark features associated with festoons in the EZ.
The GRS chimney is open and the detail within the region following it is well resolved as is the structure following Oval BA.
A formation of three bright ovals are seen in the NNTeB.
[Trevor Barry:Broken Hill:Australia]
[Michael Wong,Hong Kong,China]
[ Brian Colville : Cambray Canada]