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Jupiter Image 2014/11/15(UT)
Sadegh ghomizadeh,Tiziano Olivetti,Paul G. Abel,Donald C Parker
Seiichi Yoneyama(248mm Newton)|
≪神奈川県横浜市 米山誠一≫[Seiichi Yoneyama:Kanagawa Japan]
Toshirou.Mishina (200mm Newtonian)|
≪神奈川県 横浜市 三品利郎≫[Toshirou.Mishina:Kanagawa Japan]
Sadegh ghomizadeh (235mm SC)|
here is image from 15,seeing was poor codition was unstable .
[Sadegh ghomizadeh: Tehran IRAN ]
Tiziano Olivetti(410mm Dall Kirkham)|
Hi,this is the first image of this morning,under good seeing conditions. Ganymede is in transit and showing some details.
［ティジャノ:オリベッティ バンコック タイ］
[Tiziano Olivetti : Bangkok Thailand]
Koji Endo(150mm Newtonian)|
≪埼玉県越谷市 遠藤宏次≫[Koji Endo:Saitama Japan]
Akitsugu Takeuchi (254mm SCT)|
CM1 = 169.9,CM2 = 98.0,CM3 = 344.6
≪米子高専 竹内彰継≫[Akitsugu Takeuchi : Yonago,Tottori,Japan]
Kozawa Tokujiro(300mm or 318mm Newtonian)|
(Kozawa Tokujiro : Hachiouji-City Tokyo Japan)
Paul G. Abel(203mm reflector)|
Please find attached an observation of Jupiter made on the 15th November.
Seeing was rather vbariable at times but there was a number of moments when image defintion was good.
There was a vast amount of dew which didn't help matters either!
At this longitude it seems there is much activity on the disk,points of interest include:
Two bright white ovals in the STB,
Oval BA well seen,some orange colour present.
GRS very difficult to make out,in particular it's northern boundary seemed rather indistinct,and the RSH was not as white as the surrounding STropZ.
The colour does not appear to be as strong compared to the last view of it.
EZ seems to contain very few festoons at these longitudes.
NEB contained a number of brighter sections
NTB quite hard to define,it's northern border was greyish and further south there seemed to be two short brown sections.
By 0235UT seeing dropped off and the sky became very hazy,no time for intensity estimates or filter work.
[Paul G. Abel:Leicester:United Kingdom]
Donald C Parker (406mm Newtonian or 356mm SC)|
I have attached an RGB Jupiter image from 15 November. Oval BA is on
the AM limb. Interesting SEB details.
[Donald C Parker Coral Gables,Florida U.S.A]