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Jupiter Image 2017/03/05(UT)
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Clyde Foster,Michael A. Phillips,Gary Walker,Michel Jacquesson,Damian Peach
C.Foster,M.Phillips,G.Walker,K.Horii,Michel.J,D.Peach

Clyde Foster(355mm SCT)
Jupiter this morning in average to turbulent seeing.

I have just installed a new set of filters,so attach an IR from this morning as well.
I have a Methane(890nm) filter also in the filterwheel now,which I gave a quick try out. 
It looks like I will be imaging in the region of 1-2fps.
If anyone wants to give any pointers or advice specifically for Methane capture and process,it would be appreciated.
Presumably you need to take quite a number of captures(staying with the 45s,so therefs not a lot of frames to play with) and derotate over an extended period(10-20mins?) Average conditions with heavy dew. [Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]

Michael A. Phillips(356mm Newtonian)

[Michael A. Phillips  Swift Creek,NC,U.S.A.]

Gary Walker(355mm SC & 250mm APM)
A bright white spot on the NEBs.


[Gary Walker:Georgia:USA]

Keisaku Horii (305mm Newton)

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Michel Jacquesson (203mm SC)

[Michel Jacquesson : Sevigny-Waleppe (Ardennes) France]

Damian Peach (356mm Celestron SCT)
Here is an image from March 5th. Seeing was rather poor but it does 
show the two white SSTC ovals almost in contact.

[Damian Peach: Loudwater,Buckinghamshire,United Kingdom]

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