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Jupiter Image 2015/03/10(UT)
Alfredo Vidal,Bruce Macdonald,Trevor Barry,Martin Mobberley,Antonio Lasala Garcia,Javier Beltran Jovani,Jose Antonio Soldevilla,Christopher Go,Alexander Obukhov,Wayne Jaeschke,Kev Wildgoose,Michel Jacquesson,Manos Kardasis,Martin R Lewis,Paulo Casquinha
2015/03/10 22:20:03 (UT)
CMI: 98.6 CMII:228.1 CMIII: 148.9 Diam: 43,6 Mgt: -2,5
[Alfredo Vidal:Hospitalet Llobregat:Catalonia (Spain)]
Bruce Macdonald(355mm SC)|
(Bruce Macdonald : Punta Gorda,Florida USA)
Trevor Barry(406mm Newtonian)|
Imaged Jupiter March 10th in reasonable seeing for the alt. Have very good coverage of the GRS.
The chain of dark spots along the Southern edge of the STrZ are well resolved as are the line of 4 white ovals in the SSTB.
Oval BA is toward the P limb.
The SEB preceeding the GRS looks quite smooth while there is considerable turbulence in the SEB immediatly following the GRS with a bright spot trailing the GRS.
I note a tiny dark spot within the GRS on the Northern edge and toward the P side. This spot is well seen in all 742nm IR and R data sets.
The red barge in the NTrZ is particularly prominent.
[Trevor Barry:Broken Hill:Australia]
Martin Mobberley (300mm Newton)|
[Martin Mobberley: United Kingdom]
Antonio Lasala (254mm Newtonian)|
[Antonio Lasala :Morata de Jalon:Spain]
Javier Beltran Jovani(508mm Newtonian)|
[Javier Beltran Jovani:Castellon-Spain]
Jose Antonio Soldevilla(356mm SC)|
[Jose Antonio Soldevilla Canyelles-Barcelona-Spain]
Christopher Go (355mm SC)|
Condition was again variable this evening.
Transparency was bad because of thin clouds and seeing was affected by some turbulence.
The GRS is well resolved in these images. Note the dark features on the northern side of the GRS.
A new outbreak can be seen following the GRS. The NEB is quiet in this region.
[Christopher Go : Cebu Philippines]
Alexander Obukhov (280mm SC)|
CM1=349.5 CM2=120.0 CM3=40.8
280 mm S-C (С11),IMG132E,Baader IRCut,2x Barlow,Pierro Astro ADC.
Seeing 6-7/10,Trans. 8-9/10
Wayne Jaeschke(356mm SCT)|
Here's Jupiter with Ganymede nearing the beginning of its transit and the Great Red Spot looking a bit lonely in a very bleak looking GRS hollow.
This was taken in a steadier moment of generally poor seeing. The clouds ended the session before I could capture the transit.
[ Wayne Jaeschke ; West Chester,Pennsylvania U.S.A]
Hi There,here’s my best image from a batch taken on the 10th March under steady seeing,but rather misty conditions.
This is an average of 4,000 frames.
Michel Jacquesson (203mm SC)|
[Michel Jacquesson : Sevigny-Waleppe (Ardennes) France]
Manos Kardasis (280mm SCT )|
average conditions :
《カーダシス マノス:ギリシャ アテネ》
Martin R Lewis (445mm Newton)|
[Martin R Lewis: Hertfordshire United Kingdom]
Paulo Casquinha (C14 355mmSC)|
(site: 38.567 N /8.933 W Alt 124 m)
[Paulo Casquinha Palmela,Portugal]