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Jupiter | 2019-06-02 4:42 | Color, 


            Ethan & Geo Chappel

Jupiter | 2019-06-02 4:42 | Color

Acquisition type: Lucky imaging

Technical card

Resolution: 488x450

Date:June 2, 2019

Time: 04:42

CMI: 283.80

CMII: 150.50

CMIII: 118.60

Seeing: 4

Transparency: 9

Locations: Home, Cibolo, Texas, United States

Data source: Backyard


After a surprisingly successful first set of captures with the 90mm Mak, I decided to step up my game and inserted a 2x barlow into the imaging train. Previous attempts had failed because of poor tripod stability, but this time with the barlow was much more successful.

The North Temperate Belt is thin. The southern edge is orange while the north is dark.
The North Equatorial Belt appears to have a few new rifts.
The Equatorial Zone, except for the southern edge, is still orange.
The South Equatorial Belt appears to have a dark spot on its northern edge approaching the central meridian.
The SEBs is dark compared to the rest of the belt.
Oval BA is rising with a stream of dark clouds to its north.
The South Polar Red Spot is past the CM.



Ethan & Geo Chappel
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Jupiter | 2019-06-02 4:42 | Color, 


            Ethan & Geo Chappel

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