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Jupiter Image 2020/11/06(UT)
唐澤英行,山根 悟,伊藤了史,安達 誠
Ethan Chappel,Clyde Foster,Trevor Barry
[Ethan Chappel Cibolo,Texas,United States]
[唐澤英行:東京都][Hideyuki Karasawa:Tokyo Japan]
Two sets of data from yesterday evening with variable seeing.
In the earlier session the GRS was just rising at lower left,preceded by Oval BA,the distinctive DS6,
with DS7 (remnant of Clyde's Spot) approaching the lower right limb.
In addition I noted the cluster of outbreaks in the NEB at upper right.
With cloud coming over,I didn't manage any CH4.
In the second session,with the clouds having cleared the GRS was central,
although Jupiter had dropped in altitude and conditions had deteriorated.
In the RGB there is maybe a hint of a flake formation on the following end of the GRS,
but this needs to be confirmed by other observations.
[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]
≪静岡県富士宮市 山根 悟≫[Satoru Yamane : Fujinomiya-City Shizuoka-Pref. Japan]
≪愛知県 春日井市 伊藤了史≫[Satoshi Ito. Kasugai City,Aichi,Japan]
≪滋賀県 大津市 安達 誠≫[Makoto Adachi:Siga Japan]
Imaged Jupiter November 6th in good seeing,
have most excellent depth of resolved detail from limb to limb & pole to pole at all wavelengths. Io + shadow are in transit.
I note multiple resolved bright spots in the NPR very near the pole.
I note a prominent small dark oval near the CM on the Southern edge of the NPR.
A small bright oval is well resolved in the NNTeB midway between the F limb and CM with a very well resolved series of five compact dark spots resolved below it.
Very fine and quite intricate structure is resolved in the NEB. The reddish colour of most of the
EZ is apparent in the RGB while the G and particularly the B channels well show the extent of the shading across the EZ.
The disturbed region following the GRS is well seen as is circulation within the GRS with AWO-STZ seen on the Northern edge of the STB below the GRS.
A series of three bright ovals consisting of A5, A4 & A3 are resolved in the SSTeB.
[Trevor Barry:Broken Hill:Australia]