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Jupiter Image 2020/05/17(UT)
Willian Souza,John Kazanas,Anthony Wesley,Marc Delcroix,Trevor Barry,Michel Jacquesson,Vlamir da Silva Junior,Damian Peach,Clif Ashcraft
W.Souza,J.Kazanas,Anthony.W,M.Kuroda,M.Delcroix,T.Barry,Michel.J,V.da Silva Jr.,D.Peach,C.Ashcraft
Please find attached my image of jupiter Captured on 2020.05.17,03h11 ut,using 150mm f/5 Newtonian,ASI120MCs camera from Sao Paulo,Brazil.
The turbulence was very high,and the seeing was bad...
[Willian Souza : Sao Paulo,Brazil]
[John Kazanas,Melbourne Australia]
Hi all,only one image of Jupiter from this morning,it's been cloudy
here but there was a short gap,long enough for me to grab some IR data.
The GRS can be seen rising at lower left,this area looks quite
interesting in IR,unfortunately the clouds rolled back in before that
rotated further into view.
The shadow of Europa can be seen across the clouds near the northern
edge of the North Equatorial Belt,blurred due to the 12 images spanning
45 minutes used here. Interestingly this shadow moves across the planet
at a rate that's very close to the natural rotation rate of the planet,
so if you were in the right spot to be in Europa's shadow then you'd
experience a very long totality.
Just to the right and below Europa's shadow there's a triplet of bright
convective storms,with a fourth one a bit further right. There appears
to be a lot of activity in the NEB.
[Anthony Wesley,Murrumbateman Australia]
αcδ : ΊΙ§@Ύq¬β[Mizuho Kuroda : Taishi Hyogo Japan]
Under horrible seeing conditions,my first Jupiter of this opposition,for the record.
I could at least test again all of my configuration and fix a couple of problems.
Images from the day after are better but good images will be difficult this year with Jupiter at 26 elevation max
[Marc Delcroix Tournefeuille,France]
Imaged Jupiter May 17th in good seeing. Have good depth of resolved detail from pole to pole.
I note a nice small red oval in the NNTB,the NEB has a prominent dark feature on itfs border with the EZ,
there is a cluster of concentrated bright spots involved with this dark feature.
There is quite fine detail throughout the EZ.
The GRS is well seen as is the region following it.
There are numerous tiny black spots along the northern edge of the SEB with a small white oval below them
in the SEB(S) and another smaller bright spot on the edge of the SPR.
[Trevor Barry:Broken Hill:Australia]
[Michel Jacquesson : Sevigny-Waleppe (Ardennes) France]
[Vlamir da Silva Junior : Sao Paulo,Brazil]
Average seeing at best. The GRS is well seen.
[Damian Peach: Loudwater,Buckinghamshire,United Kingdom]
[Clif Ashcraft:New Jersey:USA]