木星 ALPO-Japan Latest
Jupiter Image 2022/08/04(UT)
Mike Wolle,Guilherme Grassmann,Giancarlo Rizzato,Felipe Felix,Jim Tomney,Vincenzo della Vecchia,Philippe Cambre,Mike Hood,Johan Warell,Gary Walker,Efrain Morales Rivera,Oskar Pircher,Robert Reitsam,Michel Jacques Jacquesson,Christian Viladrich,jean Dijon
[Mike Wolle : Austria ]
[Guilherme Grassmann,Americana-San Paulo,Brasil]
[Giancarlo Rizzato : Marano Vicentino (Vicenza) ITALY]
[Felipe Felix : Fortaleza - Brazile]
Two images of Jupiter spaced roughly an hour apart from this morning’s session before work.
Started with GRS setting and then had the parade of the “A” anti-cyclone storms follow across the disk.
DS8 could also be seen preceding and north of A3.
The slate-blue knot in the NEB prior to the meridian in the first image (8h) was quite intense;
when I first started I thought it might be a shadow transit (or a pesky dust mote!)
The NTB continues to be thread thin and light orange in appearance,
totally invisible to my eyes when wrapping up with a visual inspection at the eyepiece.
In the northern reaches of the planet I believe that white storm seen in the first image is possibly NN-WS-6;
the fact that it cannot be made out as well an hour later probably reflects the seeing deteriorating as I went along.
[Jim Tomney: Towson,MD,US]
Jupiter in average seeing conditions. Oval BA is rising at "f" limb.
[Vincenzo della Vecchia : [Aversa,Italy]
[Philippe Cambre Obernai City,France]
[Mike Hood : Kathleen Georgia,U.S.A.]
[Efrain Morales Rivera Aguadilla:Puerto Rico]
[Oskar Pircher : Obing,Germany]
[Michel Jacquesson : Sevigny-Waleppe (Ardennes) France]
[Christian Viladrich : Jongieux,France]
[jean Dijon : Champagnier,France]