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Jupiter Image 2011/10/15(UT)
Xavier Dupont,Jean Jacques Poupeau,Tiziano Olivetti,Ian Sharp,Martin Mobberley,Michel Jacquesson,Christophe Pellier,Paul G. Abel,Jean-Luc Dauvergne,Peter Edwards,Sadegh ghomizadeh,Simon Kidd,Damian Peach,Alexandros Filothodoros
Xavier Dupont (180mm Newtonian)|
Newton 180 F7
Powermate x5 / Barlow TVx3 - ADC
[Xavier Dupont,Saint-Roch France]
Jean Jacques Poupeau (356mm SC)|
[Jean Jacques Poupeau : Pecqueuse France]
Tiziano Olivetti(410mm Dall Kirkham)|
here attached the only decent image I was able to scrap last night. There was a short window of "stability" just sufficent for the IR image.
[Tiziano Olivetti : Soiano del Lago Italy]
Another couple of really nice nights here in the South of the UK,with steady seeing. Here are two of my best efforts from nearly 3 hours of imaging whilst watching the GRS rotate on. Lovely views visually too.
Another image from late evening on 15th. GRS just past meridian. Seeing was pretty good - very nice visually,but not as good as previous morning.
[Ian Sharp: West Sussex,United Kingdom]
Martin Mobberley (300mm Newton)|
[Martin Mobberley: United Kingdom]
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Michel Jacquesson (208mm Newtonian)|
[Michel Jacquesson : Sevigny-Waleppe (Ardennes) France]
A set taken under fair seeing. Images worked nicely in long wavelenghts (including CH4)
Christophe Pellier (250mm Cassegrain)|
[Christophe Pellier Bruz City,France]
I don't usually contribute to this mutual emailing list,but I enjoy perusing all the observations and CCD images that are distributed among us.
Paul G. Abel(203mm reflector)|
Just out of interest for all Jupiter fans,I attach a comparison between Paul Abel's Jupiter sketch and my own,made a little while before Paul's.
I am consistently impressed by the detail and range of colour in Paul's observations. I don't think I'm a poor observer (well,nobody's said that to my face!) and I like to think that my visual acuity is slightly above average,and attuned to lunar and planetary work by having made astronomical observational drawings since 1980. But Paul's planetary work now consistently shows an order of magnitude more detail than my own and compares very well with high-resolution CCD imagery.
Editor,Popular Astronomy magazine,Luna journal and the BAA Lunar Section Circulars
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Need to Know Universe,Need to Know Stargazing,Solar System Observers Guide,
Observers Map of the Moon,QED Space Guides,Venus and Mercury and How to Observe Them,
Astronomical Cybersketching,Galileo and 400 Years of Telescopic Astronomy,etc
[Paul G. Abel:Leicester:United Kingdom]
Jean-Luc Dauvergne(D=1000mm Nasmith F/17)|
2011/10/15 21:46 (UT)
Telescope : T1M f/17 Pic du Midi (France)
Camera : Basler Scout
Seeing : 7/10
Trans : 10/10
Filter : r-IR
[Jean-Luc Dauvergne:Paris France]
Jupiter from the evening of 15th October during some good seeing.
The eyepiece view immediately showed up the two NEB barges then attention was drawn
to the complex region around the GRS. The bright 'worm' visible on 1st
October has nearly gone.
Seeing average - good.
under good seeing. This is an LRGB image using R+G to make the L channel.
[Peter Edwars: West Sussex United Kingdom]
Sadegh ghomizadeh (235mm SC)|
[Sadegh ghomizadeh: Tehran IRAN ]
Simon Kidd (355mm Celestron SCT)|
[Simon Kidd: Welwyn Herts,United Kingdom]
Breezy but great seeing. I dare say this result is on a par with the best results obtained at Barbados...though this from my back garden at home. Some very fine structures visible across the the disk with the GRS just peeping on.
Damian Peach (356mm Celestron SCT)|
under slightly less excellent conditions than the set i sent yesterday. The GRS is however nicely on.
I decided to use winjupos image computation to construct the attached image which works really well to allow using data over a longer time window (in this case several minutes.) I used two data sets taken in succession (one of which i already sent.) I think aesthetically this is probably the best result of the recent run of nights.
[Damian Peach: Loudwater,Buckinghamshire,United Kingdom]
Alexandros Filothodoros(356mm SC)|
CM=286.1 E.Diam .: 49.3
355.6SC : NexImage SC3 modded webcam
Seeing 7/10 Trans 8/10
Baader Orange filter used
The UT time is the central time of the video .
[Alexandros Filothodoros:Zielona Gora,Poland]