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Jupiter Image 2019/06/01(UT)
佐々木一男,村田孝昭,阿久津富夫,安達 誠
Clyde Foster,Peter Edwards,Joaquin Camarena,Vinicius Mansano Martins,Jean-Luc Dauvergne,Fabio Carvalho,Vlamir da Silva Junior,Michael Wong,Michel Jacquesson,Javier Fuertes,Efrain Morales Rivera,Andy Casely,Marc Delcroix,Christopher Go,Luis Farinos Puerto,Paul Maxson,Christofer Mauricio Baez Jim
C.Foster,P.Edwards,J.Camarena,V.Martins,JL Dauvergne,K.Sasaki,F.Carvalho,V.da Silva Jr.,M.Wong,T.Murata,T.Akutsu,Michel.J,J.Fuertes,E.Morales,A.Casely,M.Delcroix,Christopher Go,L.Farinos,P.Maxson,M.Adachi,C.Baez

Clyde Foster
Unfortunately my evening GRS transit session was a total wipe-out due to atrocious seeing conditions.
Things were not much better for this mornings session,but I did capture a string of CH4’s to see
if I could pick anything reasonable up.

I am a bit wary about reading too much into the attached image,due to the conditions,but would suggest :

- A large portion of the flake material that has re-appeared(I think that is becoming the general consensus?),is being pushed along the STrZ “band”.
- It looks like there may be an extension off the top of the GRS. Worthwhile keeping an eye on it. Possibly another flake?

Hoping for conditions to improve asap.

My image set from earlier tonight.
It appears that the flake material is being pushed out towards the STrZ band.
Conditions were fairly decent at the start but deteriorated quickly.
I think this CH4,together with others captured during the day confirm that the suspected extension off 
the top of the GRS from my poor quality CH4 image of this morning,was an artefact of the poor conditions [Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]

Peter Edwards
Jupiter is very low at 17 degrees altitude from the UK this year.
Here are my first images managed in a gap of about 1 hour between the trees. Fast rippling seeing.
IR742 and colour images. Europa is the elongated moon in the IR image.

Oval BA is very pale. I am hoping for a look at the active GRS region tonight if conditions allow.


[Peter Edwars: West Sussex United Kingdom]

Joaquin Camarena







[Joaquin Camarena:Spain]

Vinicius Mansano Martins




[Vinicius Mansano Martins : Ribeirao Preto - SP,Brazil]

Jean-Luc Dauvergne




2019-06-01-0200_0-LL-Jupiter_ALTAIRGP224C_lapl6_ap119.png

[Jean-Luc Dauvergne:Paris France]

Kazuo Sasaki
気圧配置は期待できるようでしたが実際は安定しない気流でした。

[K.Sasaki:Ohsaki-City Miyagi-Prefecture Japan]
≪宮城県大崎市  佐々木一男≫

Fabio Carvalho

[Fabio Carvalho : Assis,Brazil]

Vlamir da Silva Junior

[Vlamir da Silva Junior : Sao Paulo,Brazil]

Michael Wong




[Michael Wong,Hong Kong,China]

Takaaki Murata
曇り空の中、薄ぼんやりと木星が見えたので、強引に撮影してみました。
撮影時に、カメラボデーで5フレームずつ加算合成しながら撮影しましたが、
完全に露出不足で、見苦しい画像になってしまいました。報告するような
レベルの画像ではないかもしれません

≪東京都  国立市  村田孝昭≫[Takaaki Murata: Tokyo Japan]

Tomio Akutsu

≪茨城県 : 阿久津富夫≫

Michel Jacquesson



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

Javier Fuertes


[Javier Fuertes  Leon,Spain]

Efrain Morales Rivera
Hi to All!,Here are my sessions on Jupiter from June 1st. RGB's,Methane CH4 and Baarder Ir 685 filters. Under poor conditions.

j2019-06-01-0406_0518-RGB-EMr

J2019-06-01-0325_0330_0449_0458_0603-Ir-CH4-EMr

[Efrain Morales Rivera  Aguadilla:Puerto Rico]

Andy Casely
Lucky with the clouds tonight! The next streamer is extending out.
IR was sharpest,and shows the next SEBs ring distorted and approaching the Red Spot Hollow.
There’s a neat ring in IR on the S Tropical Band,formed at the end of the remnants of the previous flake event.







[Andy Casely,Sydney,Australiaa]

Marc Delcroix
Good seeing at the beginning but with Jupiter at about 20° elevation only ...
GRS is rising,with a red flake preceding it at SE,and the two bands of SEBs and STrB.
Oval BA,not red anymore,is setting,with a small white spot south of it,and EZ is quite yellowish.
There are dozens of small black spots in the north pole area.
Ganymede shows a bit of details.






[Marc Delcroix  Tournefeuille,France]

Christopher Go
Poor imaging conditions today.  I had to image early to catch the GRS.
Jupiter was less than 40deg when I took these images.  Transparency was poor due to clouds and haze.

More flake material is coming out on the SE of the GRS.
This is different from the one imaged by Anthony Wesley last week as the material is not in contact with the GRS.
The other red spot has emerged from the halo and now there are two small red spot moving away from the GRS.
Note that red material is again forming on the west side of the GRS.

Io and it's shadow can be seen on the NEBn.  WSZ is also prominent.
Ganymede can be see on the lower left of Jupiter.


[Christopher Go : Cebu Philippines]

Luis Farinos Puerto

[Luis Farinos Puerto :(Valencia,Espana)]

Paul Maxson

[ Paul Maxson:Surprise,Arizona,United States]

Makoto Adachi
像は止まっているが、透明度が悪く、ぎりぎりの観測となった。GRS後方の
巻き込み部は、かなり太くよく目立つ。

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≪滋賀県  大津市  安達  誠≫[Makoto Adachi:Siga Japan]

Christofer Mauricio Baez Jimenez

[Christofer Mauricio Baez Jimenez :Santo Domingo,Dominican Republic.]

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