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Jupiter Image 2020/06/02(UT)
荒川 毅,大杉忠夫,井上 修,熊森照明,堀内 直,尾崎公一
Clyde Foster,Cory Schmitz,Michel Jacquesson,Christopher Go,David Arditti,Fabio Carvalho,Eric Sussenbach,Jean-Luc Dauvergne,Clif Ashcraft,Fattinnanzi Cristian
C.Foster,C.Schmitz,Michel.J,T.Arakawa,Christopher Go,T.Ohsugi,O.Inoue,D.Arditti,T.Kumamori,T.Horiuchi,F.Carvalho,E.Sussenbach,JL Dauvergne,K.Ozaki,C.Ashcraft,C.Fattinnanzi
I was fortunate to have reasonable conditions early in the session to allow a full set of data covering the PJ27 track,approx.
8hrs before the flyby. The recent methane-bright outbreak sp the GRS appears to have faded quite significantly.
It can still be seen in the CH4,but is not clear in the IR and RGB.
I am still hopeful that Juno will be able to have a look at it on the way past.....
I continued gathering data after covering the JunoPJ27 track a bit earlier,although seeing conditions deteriorated quite badly.
The region of the recent methane-bright outbreak is sp (south east/lower right) the GRS,although it appears to have faded substantially at this point.
I'm flattered (and obviously happy!) that for the time being,the outbreak is being referred to as "Clyde's Spot" in the planetary imaging community.
If it (hopefully) develops into something more substantial,it will be allocated a more formal term
I managed to have another look at the region of the recent STB methane-bright spot
(informally being referred to as "Clyde's Spot" ),one rotation after the PJ27 flyby.
I derotated 4 CH4 captures. There appears to be two spots now visible.
It is possible that this could be an artefact effect,
but the two best captures showed the two spots most clearly,so I believe they may be real.
Detail of the methane-bright outbreak can be seen in both the IR and the RGB.
In the IR there appears to be a distorted bright spot,whereas in the RGB there appears to be a main spot,
possibly with a cluster of smaller spots around it.
[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]
Seeing conditions were all over the place this morning.
The intent of the timing was to shoot the Juno PJ27 track just a few hours prior to Juno PJ27.
[Cory Schmitz : Johannesburg,South Africa]
[Michel Jacquesson : Sevigny-Waleppe (Ardennes) France]
≪奈良県奈良市 荒川 毅≫[Tsuyoshi Arakawa:Nara Japan]
Seeing was below average today. The results of my initial processing was so bad that I tried using my new method
These are the results.
The NEB is very active right now. Note the different ovals and complex rifts!
In contrast,the SEB looks very pale. Note the white clouds on the SPR.
[Christopher Go : Cebu Philippines]
≪石川県小松市 大杉忠夫≫[Tadao Ohsugi:Komatsu city Ishikawa pre,Japan]
≪大阪府 枚方市 井上 修≫[Osamu Inoue. Hirakata-shi,Osaka,Japan]
My first image of the Great Red Spot this year.
This was made from a single 1 minute video,the best of three.
Some interesting details,including the ‘eye’ shape of the spot,the split in the SEB preceding it,
and the incomplete belt N of the SEB (is that classified as part of the SEB?)
[David Arditti: Edgware Middlesex HA8 5LW: United Kingdom]
≪大阪府堺市 熊森照明≫[Teruaki Kumamori:Ohsaka Japan]
《京都府宇治市、堀内直》[T.Horiuchi: Uji- City Kyoto Japan]
Jupiter on June 02 with poor seeing and good transparency!
I made an image in the ultraviolet too but I don't know if it can be useful for anything.
[Fabio Carvalho : Assis,Brazil]
[Eric Sussenbach : [ Willemstad,Curacao (Dutch Caribbean)]
[Jean-Luc Dauvergne:Paris France]
[Ki.Ozaki,Sobue Inazawa Aichi JAPAN]
[Clif Ashcraft:New Jersey:USA]
[Fattinnanzi Cristian : Montecassiano ITALY]