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Jupiter Image 2019/08/22(UT)

Javier Beltran Jovani,Efrain Morales Rivera,Trevor Barry,Du Jin Kim,Clyde Foster,Jose Antonio Soldevilla,Peter Edwards,Jose Alberto Berdejo,John Sussenbach,Paul Maxson,Martin R Lewis,Ecleido Sousa Azevedo
Javier,E.Morales,T.Barry,D_J.Kim,C.Foster,A.Soldevilla,P.Edwards,A.Berdejo,J.Sussenbach,P.Maxson,Martin.L,E.S.Azevedo

Javier Beltran Jovani


[Javier Beltran Jovani:Castellon-Spain]

Efrain Morales Rivera

[Efrain Morales Rivera  Aguadilla:Puerto Rico]

Trevor Barry
Imaged Jupiter August 22nd in good seeing stacked 90% of all IR data and 85% of all R,G & B data.
Have excellent depth of resolved detail from limb to limb and pole to pole.
Oval BA is on the P limb and the GRS is on the F limb.
The tiny blue ovals of recent times are very well resolved in the STrZ. Of particular interest is the region following Oval BA;
the material following Oval BA seems to be deflected over something in the STeZ creating a wave like feature.
Looking back at my archive of data this wave like feature is quite clearly increasing in amplitude.
Back on June 10th it was not there with it beginning to form by June 22nd.
Currently there appears to be a blue oval at the F side of this feature.





[Trevor Barry:Broken Hill:Australia]

Du Jin Kim

[Du Jin Kim,South Korea]

Clyde Foster
Two image sets  from yesterday evening with my objective being to monitor two sets of SEBs/STB rings that may interact in the coming days.

First image set: The first set of rings is NW of Oval BA.
This STB ring (almost on the CM),according to Shinji Mizumoto,has slowed down in its eastward drift recently,but the SEBs ring,
which is below a large,light,SEB oval should approach it in the next few days.
Ganymede was present and I believe the bright southern spot is the Osiris impact crater region.
Unfortunately seeing conditions were not great and again deteriorated into the evening.

The second set of SEBs/STB rings that I wanted to monitor lies ahead of the GRS which is just rotating into view in the second image set.
Unfortunately the regular recent trend of degenerating seeing during the evening was taking its toll. However,
the two rings could be seen almost adjacent to each other,and there may be just a hint of some interaction (more noticeable in the IR).
The next day or so will show whether there is any significant interaction taking place.

A slight slip-up on my side. When I refer to the STB ring,I am in fact meaning the STr Band ring,so it should rather be the STrB ring.




[Clyde Foster:Centurion,South Africa]

Jose Antonio Soldevilla
seeing was terrible last night

[Jose Antonio Soldevilla  Canyelles-Barcelona-Spain]

Peter Edwards
Here is a single image at 11 degrees altitude from the UK. This single image was sharper than combined images in Winjupos,lucky seeing!
The GRS and Ganymede shadow visible.

[Peter Edwars: West Sussex United Kingdom]

Jose Alberto Berdejo

[Jose Alberto Berdejo:Zaragoza Spain]

John Sussenbach

[スセンバッハ:オランダ]
[John Sussenbach:Houten,Netherlands]

Paul Maxson

[ Paul Maxson:Surprise,Arizona,United States]

Martin R Lewis


[Martin R Lewis: Hertfordshire United Kingdom]

Ecleido Sousa Azevedo

[Ecleido Sousa Azevedo : Areado/MG,Brasil]

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