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Hi,
Last nights image of Jupiter was in good seeing conditions despite clouds coming and going for most of the night.

2019-04-28 (yyyy-mm-dd), 15:26.6 UT CM I 185.8 CM II 316.2 CM III 275.0

Altitude for this image was 67 and Jupiter's current dia = 43"

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Old 29-04-2019, 01:46 PM
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Fabulous result Troy. I like it.
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Old 29-04-2019, 02:35 PM
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Some really nice detail in there Troy
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That's an excellent photo Troy . It also shows the fading of the SEB that a few visual observers noted about a week ago , very well . You have nailed it .

Thanks for posting .

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Old 30-04-2019, 03:08 PM
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Thanks guys
Yes there seems to be a partial fading of the SEB.At this stage it's too early to tell if it is going to be a full fade out like it did in 2010. I mentioned this on another forum I think it was the 19-April and posted a picture of the 2010 event.

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That is a very detailed image Troy.

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Thanks John,
I'm really encouraged by the fact Jupiter will be 3 arcseconds bigger from this capture.
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