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Jupiter Image 2022/06/10(UT)

Clyde Foster,Paulo Casquinha,Vicent Gonzalez Cebria,Andy Casely,Carsten Bauer
C.Foster,P.Casquinha,V.Gonzalez,A.Casely,C.Bauer

Clyde Foster
Despite a nice clear,crisp morning,seeing was poor,possibly a result of a surface breeze over the observatory.
The GRS was just rising with Oval BA at lower left and WS6 has passed the CM.
The dark spot nf Oval BA was quite noticeable.
I felt the UV data was too poor,and after having a quick look at a turbulent Mars,
decided to end the session due to the poor seeing.



[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]

Paulo Casquinha
attached my fisrt shot at Jupiter this season,poor seeing conditions but good transparency.

(site: 38.567 N /8.933 W  Alt 124 m)
[Paulo Casquinha  Palmela,Portugal]

Vicent Gonzalez Cebria

[Vicent Gonzalez Cebria:46600 Alzira(Valencia) Spain]

Andy Casely
Hi all,after another long period of poor weather and few opportunities to image,
I got a nice chance this morning. Seeing was very mediocre,but I got a full set of RGB,IR & methane.
Itfs a fairly quiet side of Jupiter,with some of the STB jet spots preceding the remains of Clydefs Spot,
and both of the cyclonic ovals in the SSTB among the usual AWOs.
The NEBs border looks quite complex in the second IR,but nothing obvious in CH4 or RGB. In RGB,
therefs a trio of loops extending further in to the NEB.

Given the seeing where I really could not see many details in the live view,serious kudos to Firecapture,
AS!3 and Registax/AstroSurface for helping collect these details - itfs amazing what we can get even in poor conditions sometimes.

Herefs hoping for a few more clear steady skies soon for us all!




[Andy Casely,Sydney,Australiaa]

Carsten Bauer

[Carsten Bauer : Frankfurt,Germany]

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