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Jupiter Image 2022/12/21(UT)
Jacques VAN DER MEER,Javier Beltran Jovani,Anthony Wesley,Jim Tomney
Y.Sato,I.Takamatsu,J.VAN DER MEER,Javier,Anthony.W,J.Tomney
[Sagamihara-shi Kanagawa-prefecture Japan]
≪高松 泉 : ≫[Izumi Takamatsu: Arakawa,Tokyo,Japan]
[Jacques VAN DER MEER: La Ciotat (13) France]
[Javier Beltran Jovani:Castellon-Spain]
Hi all,here are images of Jupiter from last night in reasonable seeing.
Some jetstream was present so the fine details are limited.
The colour image shows a lot of turbulent activity in both NEB and SEB,
with a conspicuous large grey oval attached to the n. edge of the NEB.
A smaller white storm can be seen just to its right,close to the cm in this image.
The CH4 image was taken about 34 minutes later and shows the very active boundary between EZ and NEB,
including what appears to be large scale intrusions from the high EZ cloud into the NEB in the area just rising at left.
The polar hoods can be seen at top and bottom.
4 Sets of RGB data were used to make the colour image and 5 sets to make the CH4 image.
[Anthony Wesley,Murrumbateman Australia]
Managed to get in an imaging run for Jupiter last evening, starting soon after sunset.
There were some high, thin clouds beginning to filter in but had better than average seeing for the 45 minutes I was out.
Oval BA, A1, and STZ-AWO are captured in the attached.
There’s a bright condensation in the NEB prior to CM, and a couple more ovals to note:
one is just south and preceding A1, another on the SEB southern edge at about same longitude as STZ-AWO.
[Jim Tomney: Towson,MD,US]