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Jupiter Image 2015/03/01(UT)
Christopher Go,Wayne Jaeschke,Kevin Quin,Trevor Barry,Jose Antonio Soldevilla
Christopher Go (355mm SC)|
Condition was better today. Seeing was good but still had to deal with winds and some clouds.
There is an interesting bluish feature on the STB. The SEBs is very active in this region.
Note the bright area on the SEBs that seems to be the source of the activity on the SEBs. Is this a disturbance?
The NEB is quiet in this region. Note the small dark red spot on the NEB.
[Christopher Go : Cebu Philippines]
Wayne Jaeschke(356mm SCT)|
Despite the cold (the temperature sensor at the focuser said 14F at the start of the session),the skies cleared long enough to get a few hours of imaging data for Jupiter,last night.
The seeing was fair,despite a 100mph+ jet stream overhead.
The transparency was excellent.
Note the appearance of a disturbance in the south temperate band,as recently reported by Chris Go
[ Wayne Jaeschke ; West Chester,Pennsylvania U.S.A]
March 1 was a bit better,though "great seeing" is yet to be found here during this apparition.
The map combines data from both days to cover the whole globe.
Just by chance I've been able to get an image every 7 days for about the last five weeks,so you can get a good sense of cloud movement as you flip through the maps.
280mm SCT,ASI120MM with Astrodon IIi RGB filters. 15 minutes per image,derotated in WinJupos.
Trevor Barry(406mm Newtonian)|
Imaged Jupiter last night in rather ordinary seeing but have some detail in IR and R while the RGB is dissapointing.
[Trevor Barry:Broken Hill:Australia]
Jose Antonio Soldevilla(356mm SC)|
Too much work for nothing. If the seeing is bad, better see the TV.
[Jose Antonio Soldevilla Canyelles-Barcelona-Spain]