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Jupiter Image 2019/07/20(UT)
Pericles Enache,Efrain Morales Rivera,Anthony Wesley,Joaquin Camarena,Clyde Foster,Michel Jacquesson,Michael Wong,Zac Pujic,Vinicius Mansano Martins,Vlamir da Silva Junior,Damian Peach
P.Enache,E.Morales,Anthony.W,J.Camarena,C.Foster,Michel.J,M.Wong,Z.Pujic,V.Martins,V.da Silva Jr.,D.Peach
Conditions were good but some Cirrus Clouds were scattered all over the sky. I could
record two RGB sets (SER videos) between clouds. That saved my observation run
since other data were absolutely useless.
[Pericles Enache,Sao Paulo,Brazil]
[Efrain Morales Rivera Aguadilla:Puerto Rico]
Hi all,here are images of Jupiter from last night in reasonable seeing.
Filters used were IR750 longpass,CH4 (889/18nm) and RGB.
[Anthony Wesley,Murrumbateman Australia]
I was fortunate to have some decent seeing conditions yesterday evening for the Juno PJ21 flyby track one rotation prior to flyby.
It is still not clear what is happening with the SEBs ring.
I am not sure if it is interacting with the large extension off the GRS eastern edge,or whether it is the ring clearly seen slightly to the east(right).
I need to have a good look at Shinji’s latest maps.
The dark feature just above,and extending between the lower two ovals is quite striking.
Juno PJ21. With the fairly decent conditions on Saturday evening,one Jupiter rotation before the Juno flyby(PJ21),
I thought I would consolidate the various wavelength images into a mosaic.
One thing I noted,in the Blue image,was the quite obvious bright STr areas either side of the GRS.
It appears that this has moved from the west/South-west of the GRS over the last while.
With the Juno track scheduled to include the WSZ and the GRS,results should be interesting.
[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]
[Michel Jacquesson : Sevigny-Waleppe (Ardennes) France]
[Michael Wong,Hong Kong,China]
[Zac Pujic,Brisbane Australia]
[Vinicius Mansano Martins : Ribeirao Preto - SP,Brazil]
[Vlamir da Silva Junior : Sao Paulo,Brazil]
Reasonable seeing on the 20th allowed a nice view of the region following the GRS.
Note the STB spectre is seen appearing as a closed circulation pattern in the STB latitude.
[Damian Peach: Loudwater,Buckinghamshire,United Kingdom]