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Jupiter Image 2020/06/13(UT)
Michel Jacques Jacquesson,Bruce Macdonald,Ecleido Sousa Azevedo,Christopher Go,Fabio Carvalho,Jose Luis Pereira,Vincenzo della Vecchia,Vlamir da Silva Junior,Zsolt Kereszty,Efrain Morales Rivera,George Lamy,Ethan Chappel
Michel.J,B.Macdonald,E.S.Azevedo,Christopher Go,F.Carvalho,J.Luis,M.Miyahara,K.Sasaki,V.della Vecchia,V.da Silva Jr.,Z.Kereszty,E.Morales,G.Lamy,E.Chappel
[Michel Jacquesson : Sevigny-Waleppe (Ardennes) France]
(Bruce Macdonald : Punta Gorda,Florida USA)
[Ecleido Sousa Azevedo : Areado/MG,Brasil]
TS Nuri (Butchoy) ruined the weather here.
Although it never got close to us,it brought rain for the last few days.
I was happy that there was some clearing today.
Condition was not ideal as I had to image through clouds and seeing was average.
The images show the GRS and Oval BA.
The GRS shows flaking at the f side. It also looks like the chimney above the GRS is now open!
The outbreak on the wake of the GRS is still active.
The area of Clyde's spot is at the edge and there seems to be darkening in that feature.
Oval BA is still very pale. There is an interesting feature on the mid-SEB above Oval BA.
Is that a cyclone? This seems to be disrupting that area on the SEBs. The South Polar Red spot can be seen below Oval BA.
The NEB continues to look strange. The NEBn has faded
[Christopher Go : Cebu Philippines]
Jupiter last night with fair to good seeing and good transparency!
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It is nice to see that there is still a bright spot in the region of the outbreak,together with developing dark features as well.
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[Fabio Carvalho : Assis,Brazil]
[Jose Luis Pereira :Sao Caetano do Sul/Sao Paulo/Brasil]
<<北海道札幌市 宮原正育>>[Miyahara Masayasu. Sapporo,Hokkaido,Japan]
[K.Sasaki:Ohsaki-City Miyagi-Prefecture Japan]
In this last month seeing in my site has been generally poor,with very unstable weather.
Saturday night the conditions looked good enough to give it a try but once on the field,the turbulence resulted stronger than foreseen.
I used R channel as luminance to pop up the details. NEB is still very active.
[Vincenzo della Vecchia : [Aversa,Italy]
NEB is very turbulent in this area,full of rifts. Note a very dark festoon near the CM.
There is a white oval to the north of it (NEBn) and another one to the right of this oval.
Sometimes I get confused which one is WSZ,I guess it's the one to the left. SEB is very calm when compared to NEB.
NTBn is dark here. Note two ovals on NNTB. Whitened STB is barely visible.
Ovals on SSTB are A4 and A5 from preceding to the following side.
I have been with difficults dealing with 'onion rings' near the edges of Jupiter.
I'm trying to cope with it changing gamma,shuter and gain during capture.
This might be part of the learning curve with the camera ASI224MC,
the observational seasons before I used a DBK21 and I guess I had mastered with that camera before.
[Vlamir da Silva Junior : Sao Paulo,Brazil]
[Zsolt Kereszty : Corona Borealis Observatory,Hungary,Gyor]
[Efrain Morales Rivera Aguadilla:Puerto Rico]
[Ethan Chappel Cibolo,Texas,United States]