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Jupiter Image 2008/07/08(UT)
Guilherme Grassmann,Sadegh ghomizadeh,Mike Salway,Anthony Wesley,Antonello Medugno,Damian Peach,Xavier Dupont,Nilde Sotera,Vlamir da Silva Junior,Manos Kardasis,David Arditti
T.Kozawa,G.Grassmann,Sadegh.GH,M.Salway,Anthony,A.Medugno,H.Einaga,D.Peach,X.Dupont,N.Sotera,V.da Silva Jr.,Kardasis,D.Arditti
Kozawa Tokujiro(250mm Newtonian)|
I=161.7 II=160.8 III=152.0
De= -1.6 E.Dia=47.31"
15fps AVI 120sec 1799frams
250mm Newtonian,HC Or12mm(f/34),IR cut filter
Philips ToUcam ProII,15fps AVI 120sec 1715/1799frams
Kozawa Tokujiro : Hachiouji-city Tokyo Japan
(Kozawa Tokujiro : Hachiouji-City Tokyo Japan)
Guilherme Grassmann (300mm Newtonian)|
Hello friends,images from last night.
The protuberance on left side of GRS still there,looks like that,the Little Red Spot (STr-LRS) in the STROpZ doesn´t collapse as you can see in the images.We must wait some days to see the evolution and to know if STr-LRS will separate from GRS.
The sky was clear .Seeing was 8 to 9.
Images done with :
Newt 12" FD/5 plus barlow 5x
Camera Philips SPC900NC
[Guilherme Grassmann,Americana-San Paulo,Brasil]
Sadegh ghomizadeh (280mm SC)|
The images show Red spots condition.
information: telescope Celestron 11" Schmidt Cassegrain Focal lenght 2800 mm,focal ratio 10,
camera SKYnyx mono+2xBarlow+60mm filter wheel f 37,30fps total 1200 frames stacks
Filter: astronomik RGB,processing software: regitax & PS Poor seeing
[Sadegh ghomizadeh: Tehran IRAN ]
Mike Salway(304mm newton)
The skies cleared after a cloudy day in time to get the GRS transit last
night. I was hoping to image at the same time as Hubble - I may have been an hour late.
Unfortunately the seeing was terrible,so the resolution is too poor to tell
much about what happened to the LRS.
Anyway,hoping for better in the next few days.
[Mike Salway Central Coast,NSW Australia]
Seeing conditions were dreadful last night,in fact I didn't expect to do any imaging with the storms that were coming through,bringing strong winds,hail and freezing rain (sleet). But around 9pm the skies cleared for an hour or so and I hastily set up to see what I could get. Hopefully this image shows enough for some details to be seen.
Anthony Wesley (332mm Newton)|
[Anthony Wesley,Murrumbateman Australia]
Antonello Medugno (356mm SC)|
2008/07/08 - UT: 22:54.4
Meade 14" (356mm) LX200 GPS (SC) efl= 6400mm
Filters: RGBset (Astronomik),R+Ir (Baader),Ir807 (Astronomik)
Camera: ImagingSource DMK 21AF04.AS @ 11ms (33ms Ir)
Seeing 5/10,Trans.: 2/5
Comments: LRS is lightly visible on the left of the GRS.
Hideo Einaga (300mm Newton)|
[Hideo Einaga Kasai-City Hyogo-Prefecture Japan]
≪兵庫県 加西 永長英夫≫
Here are some images from last night. GRS/BA just going off the disk. the SEB is quite pale in methane band at these longitudes.
Damian Peach (350mm Celestron SCT)|
[Damian Peach: Loudwater,Buckinghamshire,United Kingdom]
Xavier Dupont (180mm Newtonian)|
[Xavier Dupont,Saint-Roch France]
Nilde Sotera (Newton 178 mm f/5.5)|
Stack of 1356,1417 and 1310 frames.
[Nilde Sotera : Gela,Italy]
Vlamir da Silva Junior (180mm Newtonian)|
[Vlamir da Silva Junior : Sao Paulo,Brazil]
Manos Kardasis ( 254mm SCT )|
《カーダシス マノス:ギリシャ アテネ》
I took these before I went to China to see the eclipse, and they have been waiting to be dealt with since then.
Normal seeing for the 16 deg. altitude, I have done better. GRS just setting, Europa putting in an appearance in the last images.
[David Arditti: Edgware Middlesex HA8 5LW: United Kingdom]