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Jupiter Image 2014/03/11(UT)
Martin Mobberley,Giancarlo Rizzato,Stefano Orlandi,Michel Jacquesson,Paul G. Abel,kevin wildgoose,Lorenzo Comolli,Damian Peach
Seiichi Yoneyama(248mm Newton)|
á_Þì§¡ls ÄR½êâ[Seiichi Yoneyama:Kanagawa Japan]
Ryuichi Iwamasa(356mm SC)|
á_Þì§¡ls â²êâ[Ryuichi Iwamasa:Kanagawa:Japan]
Martin Mobberley (300mm Newton)|
[Martin Mobberley: United Kingdom]
Giancarlo Rizzato( 280mm SC)|
[Giancarlo Rizzato : Marano Vicentino (Vicenza) ITALY]
Stefano Orlandi(356mm SC)|
[Stefano Orlandi:Castel S.Pietro Terme Bologna Italy]
Michel Jacquesson (203mm SC)|
[Michel Jacquesson : Sevigny-Waleppe (Ardennes) France]
Paul G. Abel(203mm reflector)|
Please find attached a drawing of Jupiter I made on 11th March.
Alas,the skies were not clear for long,but there was a number of interesting features on the disk- these include the turbulent region immediately fol. the GRS,
and some bright rifts in the NEB.
The shadow of Callisto is visible near the fol. limb.
[Paul G. Abel:Leicester:United Kingdom]
kevin wildgoose(355mm SC)|
A short period of clear skies here on the 11th,only managed 4 AVIfs,this one shows the shadow of Callisto.
The best 6,000 frames were stacked,processing done with AS V2,registax V6 and PSP.
Lorenzo Comolli (310mm Newton)|
[Lorenzo Comolli,Italy +45d 42'44"N 08d 54'26"E]
Damian Peach (356mm Celestron SCT)|
Here is Jupiter from March 11th. The final capture of the session was by far the best.
The GRS is on with the "mickey storm" also well placed (though the cyclonic central storm looks quite distorted.
[Damian Peach: Loudwater,Buckinghamshire,United Kingdom]