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Jupiter Image 2015/05/25(UT)
Christopher Go (355mm SC)|
Jupiter season is getting close to the end. I had to start imaging before sunset.
Venus was a good guide for my mount and I was able to image earlier than before. Seeing was perfect when I started imaging.
Unfortunately, a few minutes after my first imaging run, sky conditions deteriorated!
The SPR red spot can be seen. It is very low contrast but the reddish hint is obvious. This spot is bright in CH4.
It is interesting to note that the STB is getting darkin CH4.
The SEBn and SEBs continues to be active. The NEB is quiet in this region. Note the complex activity on the NEBn.
The grey spot on the NNTZ is very bright in CH4. Was this the NNTZ LRS?
Note the small ovals on the NTB that is creating complex activity there.
[Christopher Go : Cebu Philippines]