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Saturn Image 2016/07/03(UT)
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Mike Hood,Eusebio Martinez,John Sussenbach,Trevor Barry,Fumega Camilo Ucha,Martin R Lewis
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Mike Hood (200mm ED refractorC)

[Mike Hood : Kathleen Georgia,U.S.A.]

Eusebio Martinez(305mm Newtonian)
longit.+003 02 latit. +41 472016-07-03_21,00,6 U.TCM1 320,3o CM2 243,1o CM3 106,4o Alt 26o305mm Newtonian Orion XX12G,ASI 120 MC,Powermate X5,IR/UVSeeing 4-5/10 Trans 7/10

[Eusebio Martinez:Sant Feliu de Guixols (Spain)]

Kenkichi.Yunoki (355mm Newtonian)

[Kenkichi Yunoki  (Sakai City  Japan)]
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John Sussenbach(C14 356mm SC)
The seeing was poor,but
with my new ASI290MM camera and the C14 in its prime focus I could capture
more than 110fps. Thanks tot he small size of the pixels (2.9 x 2.9 ƒÊm) the
size of the image (100%) is still reasonably good.

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[John Sussenbach:Houten,Netherlands]

Trevor Barry(406mm Newtonian)
Targeted the +63 dark spot July 3rd as the jet prediction was favorable and the cloud that has been thwarting my observations had cleared. I had a good session over 1 1/2 hrs which included a CM transit of the spot. I have extensive data from this session that include 3 x 685nm IR,4 x R and 4 x RGB data sets including polar projections. I measure the dark spot to be at approx Lat +63.9 L3 130.3 this is a good fit for my ephemeris.
I also note a dark spot in my IR data set from 11:22 UTC. I measure this dark spot to be at approx Lat +60.6 L3 156.6 I am not to sure about this spot,it trails the +63 feature and is South,it could just be an artifact but I will keep an eye out in future IR data for it.































[Trevor Barry:Broken Hill:Australia]
Fumega Camilo Ucha(310mm.Newton)

[Fumega Camilo Ucha  : Galicia,Spain]

Martin R Lewis (444mm Newton)



[Martin R Lewis: Hertfordshire United Kingdom]

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