Please find attached an observation of Uranus I made last night. Although frequent passing cloud was sometimes a nuisance,once more we had good seeing here- around AII for most of the time and so I was able to examine the planet at x312 and x400. The drawing doesn't show very much,a rather vague band like structure towards the pole of the planet was the only glimpsed with any real certainty.
Uranus continues to lie close to the star Zeta Psc and formed a pleasing straight line with Zeta Psc,with an orange field star and 88 Psc. Interestingly,at x250 and more a field star was present at the 4 o'clock position,however when checked in Stellarium,this star was not listed/present so I was unable to identify it.
[Paul G. Abel:Leicester:United Kingdom]
Marc Delcroix (320mm Newton)
After Neptune, Uranus, under an improving seeing. I like the result, with 4 satellites which comes out nicely (after a slight of processing), and a magnitude 11 star inviting itself in the field.
Bright Northern polar zone comes out well, and we can see a bit of the same thing on the Southern hemisphere.
There might be a small spot turning with the planet just south of the northern polar zone, but it's really not sure; there are also some things on the opposite side but they do not turn correctly with the planet, so they are just artifacts.