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Jupiter Image 2020/10/22(UT)
Christopher Go,Clyde Foster
It has been a while since I last imaged Jupiter. Condition this evening was terrible.
I was only able to capture 3 sets in poor seeing and transparency.
The GRS looks very elliptical compared to the near circular shape most of this year.
Oval BA is moving away from the GRS
[Christopher Go : Cebu Philippines]
Early evening image set from yesterday. A few things I noted:
1) The two ovals in the north(upper right) are quite close. Not sure if they are approaching or separating
2) The (relatively) smooth section of the NEB. I think it is WSZ almost on the CM, flanked by two reddish barges?
3) Turbulent northern half of SEB and plenty of activity in the southern half as well.
4) The cluster of what looks like small ovals np the SS AWO on the CM.
DS7 is at lower left (Yes, I am still keeping a beady eye on the remnant of Clyde’s Spot).
[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]