Jupiter With A Dark (?) Spot
Taken by Sven Melchert on May 16, 2017 @ Stuttgart, Germany
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Tonite (16 May 2017 about 20h UT) I tried some imaging on Jupiter and noticed a dark spot. First guess was oh, the GRS is visible, but according to my favourite software Guide 9 it was not. Nor a shadow of Jupiters moons. So is that dark spot something unusual or just a feature of Jupiters always changing atmosphere?
For the second image I used an infrared filter (685 nm) that usually would have shown that GRS as a bright spot, but its still dark.
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We are seeing in here in the USA tonight as well... not quite as sharp as yours, however.
Posted by richlite 2017-05-16 20:55:10
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