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Jupiter Image 2021/05/22(UT)
Christopher Go,Tiziano Olivetti,Andy Casely,Niall MacNeill,John Kazanas
Seeing was poor today because we had NW winds. I had to capture a lot of images to get something decent.
Oval BA is rising on the left. The most interesting feature is in the methane band.
Note the very bright feature on the EZ on the right edge!
Something seems to be brewing there to have such high altitude clouds on the EZ.
[Christopher Go : Cebu Philippines]
≪大阪府 枚方市 井上 修≫[Osamu Inoue. Hirakata-shi,Osaka,Japan]
attached some images from this morning under poor seeing conditions.
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[Tiziano Olivetti : Bangkok Thailand]
≪黒田瑞穂 : 兵庫県 太子町≫[Mizuho Kuroda : Taishi Hyogo Japan]
≪兵庫県姫路市 堀井恵策≫[Keisaku Horii : Himeji Hyougo Japan]
Very good seeing conditions around here early yesterday morning for the area following the GRS,
as shown already by Niall’s fine shots - his seeing looked to be even better.
Here’s my first images,one RGB and two methane images.
Of most note is the already-mentioned methane-bright loop on the EZ - it is nicely resolved as a quite graceful wave.
It appears to have no counterpart in the hi-res RGB image.
The small white oval on the NTB is visible in RGB & CH4.
There’s a dark train of material on the STB in methane heading (I think) into DS7 (Clyde’s Spot),
best in the second image.
Many other small-scale details are visible in CH4 up to quite high latitudes.
Hi all, here are the remaining images from 22nd May in excellent conditions, to go with the earlier RGB &
two methane frames Resolution is to perhaps 70deg latitude in IR.
There are some nice details in the STB running to the right of DS7 (Clyde's Spot), loops on the SEBs,
ripples above the NTB, plus some FFRs on the SSTB.
IR in particular has some detail quite far towards the poles, up to ~70 deg latitude.
The loop that is so bright in CH4 is invisible elsewhere in the spectrum.
The UV image is my first UV, and I think I completely missed the focus! (it's quite faint in the 290MM).
[Niall MacNeill : Wattle Flat,NSW,Australia]
[John Kazanas,Melbourne Australia]