Seeing was better, relatively speaking, than what I've seen over the past few months despite Jupiter being only 29° in altitude. However, I am still waiting for anything decent almost six months after receiving the C14 Edge HD. Unfortunately, thin clouds that slowly grew opaque prevented any more imaging when Jupiter was at a higher altitude and seeing was improving.
Some notes about surface details, from north to south:
- The NTB has thinned to little more than a thin orange belt since its dramatic return early last apparition.
- White Spot Z is near the central meridian on the northern edge of the NEB.
- The NEB continues to retreat to its normal height.
- The EZ still has an orange tint.
- The southern edge of the SEB is noticeably darker than the rest of the belt.
- Oval BA is rising with the darkened Ghost trailing it.
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Celestron C14 EdgeHD