Finally, a night that wasn't too breezy for the CGEM DX and C14. I thought the seeing was only a little above average while recording, but it turned out to be excellent.
- The EZs has a dark northern border separating it from the rest of the zone.
- The SEBn trailing the GRS is light.
- The SEBs is dark and clumpy.
- White Oval Z is about to set.
- The faint STB Spectre is 48,000 km long. The eastern end is south of the GRS.
- Ganymede is presenting its Jovian-facing hemisphere, with the bright Tros impact crater near the western limb.
Astro-Physics Advanced Convertible Barlow
Celestron EdgeHD 14