...of the SEB outbreak region, can be seen in this preview images I prepared from the data set I just acquired. It is visible in the lower right edge of Jupiter as a streak of dark material cluttering to the right. Hopefully I will be able to have all the data processed tomorrow so I can post updates!
...so here's a view of Jupiter from November 20 showing the SEB outbreak region and how it had developed at that time. It has since grown in size considerably! Conditions for this shot were less than ideal both technically as well as meteorologically! Never the less, given the importance of the image, it goes in the Gallery!
Hey there! So I've just finished another run and I'm processing the data as I type. Here's the first view at 18:18 UT with Io (who had re-emerged from eclipse a while ago and I saw that LIVE!), the GRS and OvalBA. More to follow soon!
p.s. I will be editing this post as the images come out of processing.
p.s. 2 (nov20) Here's more images out of processing! What was especially interesting, is the bright area in the northern EZ which was visible in the live feed.
The past few days have been extremely interesting for pro & amateur astronomers all over the world as we are all glued on Jupiter trying to capture as many images as possible of the gradual yet spectacular return of the Southern Equatorial Belt.
Here's my image from November 10, with the SEB outbreak spot in its very early stage!
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