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Jupiter | 2019-07-18 5:56 | RGB, 


            Chappel Astro

Jupiter | 2019-07-18 5:56 | RGB

Acquisition type: Lucky imaging

Technical card

Resolution: 574x530

Date:July 18, 2019

Time: 05:56

CMI: 36.70

CMII: 272.00

CMIII: 252.30

Seeing: 5

Transparency: 10

Locations: Home, Cibolo, Texas, United States

Data source: Backyard


An excellent night for planetary imaging, with the usual caveat of being too breezy for using the CGEM DX/C14.

The North North Temperate Belt is full of dark clouds, possibly with a small red oval east of the central meridian.
The North Temperate Belt has a thin band of dark clouds running through it.
The NTB also has faint traces of orange still visible. The entire belt should darken again in a few years if it the normal cycle isn't disrupted.
The Equatorial Zone is still orange.
The Great Red Spot is rising.
The bright clouds that entered the GRS hollow a few days ago have now fully circled the storm.
The South Temperate belt has a small white oval near the central meridian.



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Jupiter | 2019-07-18 5:56 | RGB, 


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