Jupiter UTC

CM1: 233.90°

CM2: 343.50°

CM3: 177.60°

CLat: -3.60°

Description

Poor seeing for this session, although conditions improved near the end. I had to remove the barlow to get anything acceptable. The North Temperate Belt and North Equatorial Belt looks skinnier compared to last year. The Equatorial Zone looks tinged with a hint of orange. A South Tropical Disturbance is present to the west of the GRS.

Measurements
Object Region Name Longitude 1 Longitude 2 Longitude 3 Latitude Measurer
RF2_RS E3 GRS F. End 182.5° 292.1° 126.2° -21.3° EGC
RP3_RS E3 GRS P. End 162.2° 271.9° 106° -20.4° EGC
RC1_RS E3 Great Red Spot 172.1° 281.8° 115.9° -21.3° EGC
DC1_DIST E1 SEB Disturbance 202.3° 311.9° 146° -22.5° EGC
DC1_BAR N1 Brown Barge 262.4° 12.1° 206.2° 17.9° EGC
DC1_BAR N1 Brown Barge 202° 311.6° 145.7° 17.5° EGC
DC3_BAR N1 Brown Barge 186.7° 296.4° 130.4° 18° EGC
Equipment

ZWO ASI290MM

Tele Vue 2.5x Powermate

Celestron C14 EdgeHD