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Saturn Image 2019/10/09(UT)
柚木健吉,中井健二
Joaquin Camarena,Trevor Barry
K.Yunoki,K.Nakai,J.Camarena,T.Barry

Kenkichi.Yunoki

[Kenkichi Yunoki  (Sakai City,Japan)]
≪大阪府  堺市  柚木健吉≫

Kenji Nakai
撮影開始が遅れた。光軸を修正して土星を見るとジェット気流の真下なのに奇麗だった。
パソコンと延長ケーブルを持ってくると土星はギザギザに波打っていた。
ピントも分からない。9ショットのうちピンボケではあるが、多少まともなのを3ショット採用した。
撤収前に390倍でアルタイルで光軸をチェックしたら合っているが、焦点外像はギザギザだった。

≪広島市  中井健二≫[Kenji Nakai:Hiroshima Japan]

Joaquin Camarena

[Joaquin Camarena:Spain]

Trevor Barry
Imaged Saturn Oct 9th in very good seeing, have excellent depth of detail from limb to limb at all wavelengths. Have extensive data covering 94 minutes of Saturn rotation. The North Polar Hexagon is very well defined as is the North Polar Vortex. The longer I study the animations of these data and blink data sets the more discrete detail I see. To provide a report on all resolved detail would require a separate word file but some of the most prominent features include; a chain of bright spots in the Southern Hemisphere peeking out from the edge of the ring shadow, there are at least three possibly even more at approx Lat-6.3 L1 207.9   Lat-7 L3 195 & Lat-7.1 L3 187. A large diffuse bright spot at approx Lat+22.3 L3 315.5. There is extensive structure & detail resolved in the NPR including a dark spot at approx Lat+63.5 L3 9.3. The final IR of the session also resolves the 2010 GWS AV toward the F limb at approx Lat+42.5 L3 79.2. Of interest is an isolated diffuse dark spot resolved in R & G and RGB data at approx Lat+30.5 L3 345.8
 

 

 

 

 


[Trevor Barry:Broken Hill:Australia]

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