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Jupiter Image 2022/07/13(UT)
Moises Portillo Leon,Jean-Luc Dauvergne,Paul G. Abel,Felipe Felix,Ed Grafton,Guan.Zhong Wang,Lucca Schwingel Viola,Torsten Hansen,Mike Karakas
[Moises Portillo Leon,Andujar:Spain)]
[Jean-Luc Dauvergne:Paris France]
Attached is an observation of Jupiter made in practically daytime skies!
BY 0305UT the planet could be seen from my 12" Newtonian,and with reasonable seeing a power of x300 could be employed.
There was a lot of detail on the disk:
- SPR were greyish but a well defined lighter zone between it and the SSTB.
- SSTB contained a lot of complex detail,oval A5 was seen.
- STB also contained some interesting detail.
- SEB perhaps the most active I've seen in many years,the southern edge contained lots of 'bumbps' extending into the STropZ.
There was also interesting structure within the belt.
- EZ yellowish and contained a number of prominent blue festoons which were clearly embedded in the NEB.
- NEB contained some brighter regions and the 'loops' extending north from the belt into the NTropZ were visible.
- Where is the NTB?! All I could see was a faint golden band.
- NPR contained some subtle marking.
By 0321UT the sky was very light and further observing had to be abandoned.
[Paul G. Abel:Leicester:United Kingdom]
[Felipe Felix : Fortaleza - Brazile]
[Ed Grafton,Houston Texas U.S.A.]
[Guan.Zhong Wang : Taichung,Taiwan]
[Lucca Schwingel Viola : Matupa Brazil]
Under fair to good condtions. Some kind of bright outbreak visible in the NEB.
[Torsten Hansen:Boos Germany]
[Mike Karakas : Winnipeg Canada]