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Old 16-09-2020, 03:28 PM
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Jupiter Sept 14th 2020

Imaged Jupiter September 14th in good seeing. Have a good depth of resolved detail across the field. I note a v-thin red band toward the P limb on the Southern edge of the NPR, many v-fine details are resolved within the NPR. There is a shadow transit of Callisto within the wake of the #2 outburst. Quite intricate structure is resolved within the NEB and the is a v-compact bright spot near the CM.Three dark features along the Southern edge of the NEB associated with festoons are seen, most prominent in IR. The GRS chimney remains open and circulation can be seen within the GRS. The disturbed region immediately following the GRS is very well resolved. DS6 resolves as two separate dark spots, Oval BA is well resolved as is itís fine inner ring. The disturbed region following Oval BA is well resolved as is STZ-AWO. Bright ovals A1 and A2 are seen in the SSTeB and red oval S4-LRS-1 is resolved near the CM within the SPR.

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Old 16-09-2020, 04:26 PM
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Good write up and outstanding shots.
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Old 16-09-2020, 06:00 PM
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Beautiful, thanks for posting!
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Superb set (as usual)
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Excellent images, you can certainly see the improvement in resolution from a large aperture in good conditions with excellent processing skills.
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Smooth with good detail!
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Old 16-09-2020, 10:44 PM
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Great images Trevor, not unexpected from someone of your pedigree but still a pleasure too see.
It has been most interesting watching Jupiter and the Red Spot and the ever changing cloud bands over the past 2 years , thanks to all the talented imagers who post to the ALPO .
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