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Saturn Image 2019/09/18(UT)
Manolo Rodriguez,Trevor Barry,Paul Maxson,Manos Kardasis
[Manolo Rodriguez : El Pedroso,Seville,Spain]
Saturn September 18th have good 685nm-Pass IR data and fair RGB data. The North Polar Hexagon is well seen as is the North Polar Vortex. The structure within the NPR remains as a thin series of concentric bright and darker rings best seen in the IR data. There is considerable detail resolved,particularly in IR. The most prominent detail by wavelength is; IR resolves a bright spot at approx Lat+36.4 L3 279.3 there is an interesting formation of spots within the NPR along its southern edge with bright spots at approx Lat+65.1 L3 235.8 Lat+65.5 L3 249.6 Lat+65.8 L3 264.9 Lat+65.2 L3 279
R channel data; a bright spot at approx Lat+30.3 L3 195.8
RGB data; a bright spot at approx Lat+30.3 L3 195.8 a bright spot at approx Lat+30.5 L3 249.2
[Trevor Barry:Broken Hill:Australia]
[ Paul Maxson:Surprise,Arizona,United States]
during the summer, conditions were very poor over my observatory.
Conditions were generally good in September so here are my obs in different bands.
No spots or features are visible in my resolution.
Banding and the hexagon are the only features seen.
《カーダシス マノス:ギリシャ アテネ》