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Jupiter Image 2021/08/09(UT)
Jim Tomney,Jose Luis Pereira,Eric Sussenbach,Jacques VAN DER MEER,Antonio Lasala Garcia,Guan.Zhong Wang,Christofer Mauricio Baez Jim,Gary Walker,Willian Souza,Chris Nuttall,Fabio Carvalho,Andy Casely,Efrain Morales Rivera,Marc Delcroix,Vlamir da Silva Junior
J.Tomney,K.Suzuki,J.Luis,E.Sussenbach,J.VAN DER MEER,A.Lasala,M.Nagase,G.Z.Wang,C.Baez,G.Walker,W.Souza,C.Nuttall,F.Carvalho,A.Casely,E.Morales,M.Delcroix,V.da Silva Jr.
Observation of Jupiter last evening a little before midnight,altitude 29° with seeing 5/10 and transparency 4/6.
A couple of barges are seen along NEBn,the SEBs continues with its scalloped southern edge.
I believe we are seeing the NN-LRS just past the CM in the NNTB area.
The white area that seems to mark the end of the STB midway between CM and preceding limb might be STZ AWO.
Uncertain what the tighter,brighter white spot is a bit further south around SSTB and following STZ AWO is;
if it is A7 it looks a bit smaller than expected.
Sending along another image from last night which shows the NN-LRS pretty well.
Seeing 5/10 and transparency 4/6.
The best 20% of 3,094 captured over two minutes were aligned and stacked using PIPP/Autostakkert!3,then wavelets via Registax6 and touch up in Photoshop.
[Jim Tomney: Towson,MD,US]
[Kunihiko Suzuki : Yokohama-city Kanagawa-Prefecture Japan]
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[Jose Luis Pereira :Sao Caetano do Sul/Sao Paulo/Brasil]
[Eric Sussenbach : [ Willemstad,Curacao (Dutch Caribbean)]
[Jacques VAN DER MEER: La Ciotat (13) France]
[Antonio Lasala :Morata de Jalon:Spain]
[Guan.Zhong Wang : Taichung,Taiwan]
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[Christofer Mauricio Baez Jimenez :Santo Domingo,Dominican Republic.]
Images features the GRS and a circumscribed bluish feature in the EZ associated with a prominent festoon extending from the NEBs.
[Willian Souza : Sao Paulo,Brazil]
This makes 3 successful observations out of the 7 events I had short-listed for this phe-mu season,
not too bad given how low in altitude they have been and that the weather hasn't been great either.
I just about managed to detect the shadow of Ganymede moving across Europa and got a sense of the direction it was travelling in,
but it wasn't really a very good view; the moons boiling gently the whole time.
In theory I should have still been able to see some of Europa at Mid-eclipse,
but by then it was starting to get light,the seeing was deteriorating rapidly and only one moon remained visible to my eye.
Just a few minutes later and the show was lost behind the garden hedge anyway.
I'm glad I got this one as the occultation on August 1st was number 6 out of 7 for me
but it was totally clouded out here,so this was my consolation prize.
[Chris Nuttall : York,UK]
upiter on August 09 with variable seeing and good transparency!
[Fabio Carvalho : Assis,Brazil]
Hi all,here’s a set of,RGB,IR & CH4 images from 9th August,variable seeing from moderate to superb. The NNTZ LRS is prominent,
Io is transiting. The two white spots near the NNTZ LRS have separated after their close approach a few weeks ago,
and now the southern one is smaller and not methane-bright.
Some structure present on Io with a darker streak running SE to NW separating brighter regions to E & W.
The W end of the dark segment following Oval BA is well-defined. near a pale spot in RGB & methane
This spot seems increasingly prominent on the STB - could this become the next major oval on the STB?
The SEB is turbulent.
[Efrain Morales Rivera Aguadilla:Puerto Rico]
Under good conditions,the infrarted images are quite detailed showing many small dark spots in the boreal polar area,in the SEBs and in STe/STz bands.
Also LRS is close to transit in RGB,oval BA and the big white spot NE of it,and 4 SSTB ovals and one FFR are visible.
[Marc Delcroix Tournefeuille,France]
[Vlamir da Silva Junior : Sao Paulo,Brazil]