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Jupiter Image 2016/01/23(UT)
Ian Sharp,Christopher Go,Fernando Silva Correa,Constantin Sprianu,Avani Soares,Ethan Chappel
Superb seeing conditions this morning. Jupiter was mesmerising on-screen and breathtaking
in the eyepiece with huge magnifications possible.One of the best views I've ever had of the planet.
Here it is with the GRS just past the meridian. This was the first of several image runs,
but no time to process the rest at the moment.
This is the best image from this morning's session. Lots going on inside the GRS.
[Ian Sharp: Andalusia,Spain.]
Christopher Go (355mm SC)|
Condition was terrible today. I had to use 20min worth of data and rejected half that to get the color image.
That is why the image of Io and it's shadow seemed distorted. I also added in the image of Io to this image.
The SEB is quiet in this region. The NEB has an outbreak close to the shadow of Io.
[Christopher Go : Cebu Philippines]
Fernando Silva Correa (355mm,235mm SC)|
Seeing 7-10 Trans 6-10
[Fernando Silva Correa: Santiago,Chile]
Constantin Sprianu (245mm Cassegrain)|
Here is Jupiter at -12*C on bad seeing. After shooting the IR,the conditions became even worse so I had to give up.
Avani Soares (354mm,200mm SC)|
January,23-2016; 07:11 TU,CM I: 195.1 CM III: 57.3 Altitude: 56 Seeing: 3,5/5
[ Observatory Parsec,City Canoas,Brazil]
The sky seems to be clear more often. Seeing is much better than several months ago but we still haven't seen any really good seeing
since early December. However, most of the good nights and mornings have been very transparent. The first image was taken with a new ZWO ADC and an ASI224MC.
We didn't have time to figure out how to use the ADC before taking it out but I did see some improvement with the color fringing while.
The second image with Ganymede and Europa were taken with the usual equipment about five to six hours later. The third image is a map made up of the two images.
[ Cibolo,Texas,United States]