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Old 11-03-2019, 07:29 PM
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Jupiter, 11th March

Haven't had too many opportunities to image Jupiter this season, and when I saw the edge of the planet breaking up a bit on live view, I was concerned this morning! But the result turned out pretty well, highly variable seeing with some decent moments in there.


The South Equatorial Belt is still very complex, it seems to be thinking about fading, but not quite, and the Equatorial Zone is still very red. The dark barge in the NNTB that was vividly snapped by Juno is well above middle. Oval BA is still pale yellow with a dark ring, the NEB has a streaky group of outbreaks, and the remnants of a barge are on the SEB.


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Old 11-03-2019, 11:12 PM
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That's a fantastic shot Andy.
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By Jove, what a good show.
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Very nice detail, and I hope the coloration in the belts hangs around long enough for those of us that need a closer Jove to better catch his likeness!
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