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Jupiter Image 2018/05/02(UT)
Christopher Go,Troy Tranter,Michel Jacquesson
The sky was overcast today. I almost gave up on imaging but at around 10pm,
Jupiter was able to pierce through the clouds. Transparency was very poor.
Normally I would have gone to bed. But this will be my last chance to image before I leave for Europe for the Juno Conference.
So I derotated the hell out of this image. I took as much image as I could using crazy gain settings until the clouds won over!
Seeing was fair at around 6-7/10.
The red Oval BA is setting on the right. The shape of the STB Ghost seem to have evolved.
There a large reddish elongated feature on it. The NEB is quiet in this region.
[Christopher Go : Cebu Philippines]
2018/05/02 14:17:1 UT
CM I 56.8° CM II 62.0° CM III 284.8° ° Dia= 44.7"
[Troy Tranter : Kurri Kurri,N.S.W Australia]
[Michel Jacquesson : Sevigny-Waleppe (Ardennes) France]