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Saturn Image 2015/07/19(UT)
Trevor Barry,Antonio Lasala Garcia,Milika-Nicholas

Trevor Barry(406mm Newtonian)
Imaged Saturn July 19th in rather ordinary seeing,the jet was a problem contorting the rings somewhat but have resolved the bright EZ spot quite well. I measure it to be at Lat +7.2 L1 39 L2 120.3 L3 46.2
Have IR,R & RGB data also an animation using R,RGB & IR frames.

[Trevor Barry:Broken Hill:Australia]
Tadashi Horiuchi(300mm Newtonian)

ss{FsAxt[T.Horiuchi: Uji- City Kyoto Japan]

Antonio Lasala (254mm Newtonian)

[Antonio Lasala :Morata de Jalon:Spain]

Milika-Nicholas (355mm SCT)
Here is the only image we managed most recently (poor weather for imaging
here lately!)
We suspect that  really hi-res imaging of Saturn's disk will start to become
much more difficult in the coming month or so, but we'd like to bring your
attention to a little "chain" of bright & dark spots as per the
heavily-processed insert to this latest image. (they are also visible in the
main image...along with numerous other spots)
Hopefully we will get an opportunity to see if they persist, but any
follow-up image confirmations will be entirely at the weather's mercy for
us, it being the middle of Winter here

[Milika-Nicholas:Adelaide,South Australia]

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