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Old 08-11-2023, 12:53 PM
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Saturn 2010 GWS AV November 1st

Imaged Saturn November 1st 2023 targeting a CM transit of the 2010 GWS AV.
Have good data across all wavelengths with good depth of resolved small scale detail. All data has been uploaded to PVOL with links here to the animations.

Detail resolved in these data

A bright spot dark spot pair on the edge of the North Polar Collar these have been persistent since mid August. A bright spot at approx Lat+64.7 L3 154.6 resolved in IR data.
A dark spot at approx Lat+64.1 L3 165.1 resolved in IR data.
The 2010 GWS AV at approx Lat+42 L3 81 resolved in IR data.
A dark spot extending down from the NTrB at approx Lat+30.8 L3 123.2 resolved in R and RGB data.
A bright spot on the Southern edge of the NTrB at approx Lat+30.1 L3 103 resolved in R and RGB data.
A bright spot at approx Lat-31.3 L3 70.6 resolved in IR, R, and RGB data.
A dark spot at approx Lat-29.2 L3 104.9 resolved in IR and R data.
A large bright spot at approx Lat-50.4 L3 107.4 resolved in IR and R data.

http://pvol2.ehu.eus/pvolimages/satu...85nmIR_tba.gif

http://pvol2.ehu.eus/pvolimages/satu...0-37_r_tba.gif

http://pvol2.ehu.eus/pvolimages/satu...25_rgb_tba.gif

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Very Nice work and good to see someone is getting clear skies this month!
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Great work Trevor I hope folks looking at your post realise how much skill is involved in revealing these features. Love your work mate
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Lovely work as usual Trevor, I love the science you are doing and how you present your results. Very interesting, educational and inspiring.

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Thanks very much Ross, David and Dennis.

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