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Uranus Image 2016/10/22(UT)
Stanislas Maksmowicz,Blake Estes
Stanislas Maksymowicz (280mm,230mm cassegrain or 200mm VMC or 150mm refracter)|
The stability of the images seen in the R150mm with the vision of a brightening at the limb convince me to have a look with the 305mm.
The more conspiscious feature was the dark ring around the p¬le,the South hemisphere was also appearing after at a lesser level.
The bright collar circling the p¬le was at a lesser brightnss than what we saw previously.,some brightening nevertheless being at the limb,sun set side.
The temperate band was bordered with a thin darker circle,continuous,
EZ was not seen but the South part of the temperate band smed to fusion with the South temperate band,making EZ abset from the vision. A notch as shown was there but without a presence of a brightening it seemed.
This was a 305mm in use and contrast effects may interfer the actuallity of the absence of a brightening associated with the notch.
4 satelites were captured sothat the actuality of the planet orientation was easily confirmed at the observation issue.
Nothing more,but the general pattern had substantially changed since,say,begin of october.
The insertion of the orange filter but with the 381x magnification confirmed the data got without filter: data are corresponding to the pure R channel vision results,so the outer layers of the planet atmosphere.
[Stanislas Maksymowicz Ecquevilly,France]
I am a first time poster to ALPO-Japan.
[Blake Estes Los Angeles,California USA]