Jupiter UTC

CM1: 82.60°

CM2: 126.50°

CM3: 209.90°

CLat: -2.90°


Slightly better conditions for this image than I had on November 20th. The North Temperate Belt is now orange with some gray on the northern edge. The North Equatorial Belt is fairly dark while the South Equatorial Belt is lighter. South of the SEB is the STB Spectre, located just before the Central Meridian. Callisto appears above the north pole of Jupiter, though it's actually about 1.9 million kilometers in front of the planet. Due to the way I processed it, the moon may be brighter in the image than in reality.


Celestron 2x


Celestron EdgeHD 11