Jupiter UTC

CM1: 70.30°

CM2: 90.80°

CM3: 300.60°

CLat: -3.80°

Description

Seeing turned out to be below average, despite the prospects for it to be decent. The NTBn has almost completely faded, while the NTBs has thinned. Meanwhile, the NEB appears to be collapsing southward. The belt appears unusually thin in a couple of segments. The EZ appears to have a thin and tenuous belt just south of the equator. The STB Ghost has converted to a dark segment as it closes in on a collision with Oval BA.

Io has left the disk of the planet, while Ganymede just emerged from behind Jupiter.

Equipment

ZWO ASI290MM

Tele Vue 2.5x Powermate

Celestron C14 EdgeHD