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Jupiter Image 2012/09/11(UT)
Wayne Jaeschke,Gary Walker,James Willinghan,Anthony Wesley,Gianluca Bianchi,Trevor Barry,Freddy Willems,Sadegh ghomizadeh
Wayne Jaeschke(356mm SCT)|
Conditions were poor to fair this morning,but I was able to take a look at the CM where the fireball was detected yesterday.
Here is an IR image at about the tie that the site was on the CM and an RGB image taken a bit later after the seeing had improved slightly.
No signs of any impact are evident.
[ Wayne Jaeschke ; West Chester,Pennsylvania U.S.A]
No visible evidence of an impact from the 10 Sept 2012 event.
One more image for the record,CM 37 deg following predicted impact site of 10 Sept event.
Kozawa Tokujiro(318mm Newtonian)|
(Kozawa Tokujiro : Hachiouji-City Tokyo Japan)
Teruaki Kumamori (280mm SC)|
≪大阪府堺市 熊森照明≫[Teruaki Kumamori:Ohsaka Japan]
James Willinghan (304mm SCT)|
One more image from this mornings run. This is the first set I took.
Was able to get some pretty decent detail to show on Ganymede.
This image is an Infrared IR742nm filter image of Jupiter.
I lined the images up on Jupiter,so Ganymede crossing at the bottom is a little off,
but shows some dark features at top and lighter features at bottom
[James Willinghan: Elkridge Maryland U.S.A]
Here are two images from this morning showing the location of yesterdays
fireball seen by both Dan Petersen and George Hall.
Anthony Wesley (406mm Newton)|
The first image is
the second image is Methane (CH4) which should show a bright
spot if there was any high altitude debris from the fireball.
I've attached two copies of each image,one showing the estimated
location of the fireball.
I can't see anything at those locations,
however the resolution and seeing was not very good this morning.
[Anthony Wesley,Murrumbateman Australia]
Gianluca Bianchi(127mm Maksutov)
jupiter 2012-09-11 02.02UT
SW 127/1500(mak-cassegrain),focal=4500mm,barlow3x,uv-ir cut,neximage,sum nearly 1600 frames,10 fps,el AS2,R6,PS cs4
bad seeing and transparency conditions.
[Gianluca Bianchi:Modena ITALY]
Trevor Barry(406mm Newtonian)|
Was up early this morning to image the impact region on Jupiter.
The wind shear charts predicted worst possible state and the seeing was poor but at least the sky was clear.
[Trevor Barry:Broken Hill:Australia]
Takaaki Murata (160mm Newton)|
≪東京都 国立市 村田孝昭≫[Takaaki Murata: Tokyo Japan]
Hideo Einaga (300mm Newton)|
[Hideo Einaga Kasai-City Hyogo-Prefecture Japan]
≪兵庫県 加西 永長英夫≫
Again some poor seeing,might be a sign for better soon.
[ Freddy Willems :Hawaii U.S.A]
Sadegh ghomizadeh (235mm SC)|
Seeing was average index1 was 3/5 & index2 was 1/5 jet -stream was MIDDLE red PLS see you them.
[Sadegh ghomizadeh: Tehran IRAN ]
Kimikazu Ozaki(440mm Rfd)|
[Ki.Ozaki,Sobue Inazawa Aichi JAPAN]