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Jupiter Image 2019/04/14(UT)
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Clyde Foster,Eric Sussenbach,Paul Maxson,Michel Jacquesson
C.Foster,E.Sussenbach,P.Maxson,Michel.J,H.Einaga

Clyde Foster
There is continuing fascinating activity in the region of the GRS. I am hoping to circulate an annotated version soon,but post this as a preview and note the following:
a) The dark material that was on the SEBs/STrz immediately following the GRS has been drawn across and below the GRS
b) The first of the two SEBs ovals that have been approaching the GRS from the right has entered the GRS hollow and appears to be interacting with the GRS(well seen in G).
c) String of discrete light clouds on the upper left edge of the hollow
d) Two subtle dark lines extending from the GRS to the SEB immediately following
e) During processing,it almost appeared as if there was a small equatorial oval above and slightly preceding the GRS. It may just be a visual effect,but not something I have seen before.
f) Quite a bit of detail/structure is visible in the GRS.
h) The bright white clouds on the SEBs following the GRS appear to correspond to an extended CH4 bright feature



A second set of images from 14th,approximately 20h(two rotations) after my earlier set.
Conditions were not as good as the first set.
The first SEBs circular feature (which approached from the right) appears to have been disrupted,but its remnants can still be seen.
The second SEBs circular feature is just entering the GRS hollow and is being distorted.
The turbulent region following the GRS is changing rapidly.
A large amount of the matter streaming below the GRS has passed it,but other material is being pulled off the SEBs/STrZ region following the GRS.




[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]

Eric Sussenbach

[Eric Sussenbach : [ Willemstad,Curacao (Dutch Caribbean)]

Paul Maxson

[ Paul Maxson:Surprise,Arizona,United States]

Michel Jacquesson


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

Hideo Einaga

[Hideo Einaga Kasai-City Hyogo-Prefecture Japan]
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