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GRS Disturbances

Started by klawson, 04/14/2005 10:00PM
Posted 04/14/2005 10:00PM Opening Post
Anyone looking at or photographing the large disturbances next to the GRS on Jupiter?

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Posted 04/14/2005 10:43PM #1
I was noticing that the GRS was a light pink color that I had never noticed before. Next to it something was evident... but your seeing conditions must be better than mine. Are you looking thru your cooled C11?

Gary
Posted 04/18/2005 12:56AM #2
Keith,

The region of the South Equatorial Belt (SEB) following the Great Red Spot (GRS) is very active. I observed it last night (image posted above). This irregular, bright zone lies primarily over the mid-section of the SEB then deviates towards the south (below the GRS). Good luck observing Jupiter.

Carlos