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Jupiter Image 2014/03/04(UT)
William Anthony,Paul G. Abel,Michel Jacquesson,Dave and Gail Bleser,John Sussenbach,Bruce Macdonald,kevin wildgoose,Christopher Go,Richard Bosman,Damian Peach
Kazuo Sasaki(400mm Casegrain or 203mm SC)|
[K.Sasaki:Ohsaki-City Miyagi-Prefecture Japan]
William Anthony(101mm APO Refractor)|
First time in 3 months I found early evening seeing on Jupiter that was
good enough to record something useful... note here the two dark storms
passing just south of the GRS.
[William Anthony :High Bridge New Jersey U.S.A.]
Paul G. Abel(203mm reflector)|
Please find attached two Jupiter drawings made on 3-4 March.
There were some moments of good which afforded some fine views of Jupiter's turbulent clouds.
A number of splendid details were visible in the belts and zones,but the most complex as the region in the SEB just fol. the GRS.
Although there was more structure visible than I have shown,
it was so complex there was no way to record it.
The bright region in the SEBz just proc. the GRS is also rather prominent still.
The NTZ is rather ill defined at these longitudes.
[Paul G. Abel:Leicester:United Kingdom]
Michel Jacquesson (203mm SC)|
[Michel Jacquesson : Sevigny-Waleppe (Ardennes) France]
Dave and Gail Bleser(355mm SC)|
[Dave and Gail Bleser:North Miami Beach:USA]
John Sussenbach(280mm SC)|
Attached I send you twp JUpiter images of March 4. The seeing was poor,but thge colours of the GRS were shiny
Bruce Macdonald(355mm SC)|
(Bruce Macdonald : Punta Gorda,Florida USA)
kevin wildgoose(355mm SC)|
Another brief period of good seeing here on the 4th,the attached was captured at 20:14,using the 2.2 X barlow,so I have not resized the image as I normally do.
Best 6,000 frames stacked,processed using Autostakkert V2,Registax V6 and PSP.
Christopher Go (355mm SC)|
Seeing was variable this evening but there were moments when it was good
Oval BA is close to the CM on these images. The white core is prominent while it is surrounded by a dark halo.
The color of Oval BA is light. Note the complex wake of Oval BA.
Io can be seen floating above the SEB. Note the elongated shadow of Io! This is the actual shape of Io's shadow as it rises!
The NEB is very complex and has a lot of outbreaks.
[Christopher Go : Cebu Philippines]
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[copyright(c)2006 Richard Bosman: Netherlands]
Damian Peach (356mm Celestron SCT)|
Here are some images from March 4th. Good seeing.
The GRS and mickey storm are again well placed. Note the interesting storm outbreaks in the NTZ.
[Damian Peach: Loudwater,Buckinghamshire,United Kingdom]