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Jupiter Image 2002/04/15(UT)
Clay Sherrod,Paulo Coelho
Dr. P. Clay Sherrod (310mm Schmidt Olympus C-3000 camera)
After three more nights of horrible weather (18" rain and counting....) we
have a fairly good night tonight, albeit not steady at all. Nonetheless the
giant planet is cooperating with some interesting views! (sure is
diminishing in overall size!).....
Seeing poor. Some nice detail seen in spite of poor seeing conditions.
Note the very bright yellow oval in the NEZ just w. of the CM; this was
quite pronounced on the CCTV during imaging. Very nice northward extension
of NEBn activity into the NTrZ west of the CM with this activity seemingly
increasing some over past weeks. Some distinct activity now beginning to
emerge in the hitherto quiet SEZ, as seen west of the CM.
seeing poor to fair. Some nice contrast features are seen; note the very
nice gray small oval s. of the NEBs in the NEZ...slightly w. of CM.
Distinctly blue-gray. NEZ is continuing to exhibit some very pronounced
increase in visible activity. Small white spot seen near CM in SSTC.
[Dr. P. Clay Sherrod Arkansas State U.S.A]
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Paulo Coelho ( 8'' Celestron SCT @ f/28 Toucam Pro Webcam)
Seeing improving, clouds are now out of sight! there is still some wind tough.
Faint NEB coloration in this longitudes, almost absent in the f. limb.
P.Coelho, Montijo, Portugal.
8'' Celestron SCT & Toucam Pro Webcam @ 0.17''/pixel
Seeing: 4-5. Strong wind occasionally.
Transparency: good, no dew.
a closer look on last image gave me this fine projection, I didn't resist in sending it.
This hypothetical NEB receding start to reveal very interesting features...
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