Saturday, October 1, 2011

Interesting activity in NEBn region







































Seeing was unstable. North at top.

NEB looks narrower. The dark red spots in NEBn remain active and are still prominent.
Dark 'swirls' outcrop from the central dark red spot which extend horizontally in both directions along the NEBn.


















NTropZ has a distinctive bluish hue, and seems to be interacting with NEBn region next to central dark red spot.

EZ looks active.

Large JrGRS seen coming into view in STZ on F side.

Small white ovals are seen aligned in STZ on the P side of the meridian.

See reference guide for Jupiter surface nomenclature.

Check out other Jupiter images on October 1st here.

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