木星 ALPO-Japan Latest
Jupiter Image 2021/04/01(UT)
Clyde Foster,Trevor Barry
Conditions didn't look great when I started with my first RGB set,
but by the time I had done my IR,CH4 and UV captures,
I found improved conditions for the RGB as the sky was brightening. A few points I noted:
a) The Oval in the north is quite sharp and bright
b) the wavy northern edge of the STB
c) The dark reddish barge and light feature immediately below it in the NEB
d) The disturbed and fragmented SEB,with the SEBs also disturbed and clumpy
e) There are a few dark spots in the STr/ST regions.
The feature I have marked in the RGB is at L3 +-305-313,which may be a DS7 suspect?
[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]
[K.Sasaki:Ohsaki-City Miyagi-Prefecture Japan]
Imaged Jupiter April 1st in poor to fair seeing,
I note a tiny bright spot near the CM on the Southern edge of the NPR.
two compact dark spots are resolved in the NTrZ.
A prominent large dark feature is resolved on the Southern edge of the NEB toward the P limb.
Quite intricate structure is resolved in the region immediately following the GRS and the GRS chimney remains open.
Two widely spaced v-small bright spots are resolved in the STeB toward both the F and P limbs.
[Trevor Barry:Broken Hill:Australia]