2020-10-25 09:10 UT
Imaged Jupiter October 25th in fair seeing with the first 685nm IR data still in blue sky. Fine detail is resolved within the NPR with the small oval WS-4 midway between the F limb and CM. A prominent thin white linear feature is resolved in the NEB a relic from the earlier outbursts. Two prominent dark feature features are resolved along the Southern edge of the NEB, best seen in the IR data. The Northern edge of the SEB has a v-thin linear feature extending from limb to limb containing quite intricate small scale structure. The disturbed region following the GRS is well resolved, circulation is seen within GRS and the GRS chimney is closed. The small bright oval STZ-AWO is resolved below the GRS in the STB while a formation of small bright ovals containing A5, A4, A3, A2 & A1 are aligned in the SSTeB.
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Isaac Newton-08
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