木星 ALPO-Japan Latest
Jupiter Image 2014/01/26(UT)
Michel Jacquesson,Trevor Barry,Javier Beltran Jovani,Paul G. Abel,Donald C Parker,Russell Wheeler,Charles Triana
Michel Jacquesson (203mm SC)|
[Michel Jacquesson : Sevigny-Waleppe (Ardennes) France]
Trevor Barry(406mm Newtonian)|
Imaged Jupiter Jan 26th in fair conditions for the alt,have eeked out some detail,particularly in IR.
[Trevor Barry:Broken Hill:Australia]
Javier Beltran Jovani(508mm Newtonian)|
[Javier Beltran Jovani:Castellon-Spain]
Paul G. Abel(203mm reflector)|
Seeing was a little variable but we had a number of good stready moments which revealed many fine details on the disk,
low passing cloud was a nuisance from time to time. Points of interest are as follows:
-GRS quite prominent,it's colour was very noticeable. In good conditions it seemed that a darker core was present.
-The STropZ seemed to contain some faint greyish features surrounding the GRS. At times one had the impression that the RSH completely surrounded the spot.
-SEB around the GRS showed a number of interesting features. The bright wedge section just proc. the GRS was rather bright and seems to be growing in longitude.
Immediately to the south is a dark brownish section which curves under the GRS.
-The SEB fol. the GRS has the appearance of being 'churned up'
-Lots of festoons present in the EZ,all bluish in colour. There also seemed to be a number of brighter regions inside the festoons- contrast effect?
-The festoons seemed to connect at the equator in a loose EB.
-NEB a thin belt containing a number of darker and lighter sections.
-NTB contained a number of dark irregular sections along the northern edge.
By 0042UT,seeing was rather poor so we decided to close for the evening.
[Paul G. Abel:Leicester:United Kingdom]
Donald C Parker (406mm Newtonian or 356mm SC)|
The seeing was horrible until the last run.
[Donald C Parker Coral Gables,Florida U.S.A]
Russell Wheeler(203mm Newtonian)|
This is the fourth test image with ASI120MM camera and the results are more than satisfactory.
The conditions were again favorable, with seeing of about 7/10.
The focal ratio is F/28, seeking a better size within an appropriate margin of sampling.
Atmospheric details are easily observed. GRS structure is observed.
Not yet able to completely remove some dust particles in the camera and
again artifacts are recorded in the planetary disk. The data are in the image acquisition.
[Charles Triana : Bogota - Colombia]