Jupiter Triple Shadow Transit
Taken by Efrain Morales Rivera on January 24, 2015 @ A Rare event of the transit of three moons casting there shadows on the jovian disc.
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Date Taken: 2015:01:24 18:02:43
 
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A Rare event of the transit of three moons casting there shadow on the jovian disc.
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Nice compilation. great shots. Callisto disk almost looked like an extra shadow.... for a while i was thinking Ganymede shadow was also there...
Posted by manumarchal 2015-01-25 03:26:11
Thank you very much Manumarchal!
Posted by Jaicoa1 2015-01-25 08:23:29
Thanks to All!
Posted by Jaicoa1 2015-01-25 08:23:49
Dear Efrain

Thank you for sharing this beautiful capture of the Jupiter Triple Satellite Shadow Transit. You have also provided us all with a great sequential progression over several hours. I viewed it only for a couple minutes in my 10.1 inch Dobsonian telescope at 120 X through brief cloud breaks. I was stunned but more so to allow a few patrons to see it front of a late night store just before the 11 PM hour PST- as my view was nearly identical to your 6:45 UT image at bottom. I also watched a triple shadow transit back in about 2004 through a local star party event that I helped to provide with a 12 inch Dobsonian.

So I am sharing your image with others today to show them what they missed viewing it live.

Could you possibly indicate what telescope and camera that you used for these images?

Thanks again for any further info,

Mark Seibold, Artist-Astronomer, Portland Oregon
Posted by markseibold 2015-01-25 12:02:20
Hi Markseiblod, Thank you very much my friend. Here is an quick gif animation link At: http://www.jaicoa-observatory.com/J2015-01-24-0435ut_0718ut-Anim-EMr.gif

Equipment: LX200ACF 12 in. OTA, CGE mount, PGR3 Ccd, TeleVue 3x Barlows, Astronomik LRGB filter set.
Posted by Jaicoa1 2015-01-25 14:05:48
Juppiter like Saturn is a great idea! Best compilation! Bravo!!!
Posted by astromazzo 2015-01-26 07:24:34
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