Sky conditions were nearly perfect! The view through the eyepiece was also spectacular!
- The NTB is fading.
- The NEBn is receding.
- The NEB has a couple rifts and outbreaks.
- The EZ is tinted orange.
- The Great Red Spot has an intense brick red coloration. A few features, including its dark core, are visible.
- The wake of the GRS is small.
- Material from the SEBs is being pulled around the GRS and into the STZ, where it forms a thin belt circling the planet.
- The South Polar Red Spot is intensely red.
|Object||Region||Name||Longitude 1||Longitude 2||Longitude 3||Latitude||Measurer|
|RF1_RS||E3||GRS F. End||356.4°||296.2°||161.3°||-22.9°||EGC|
|RS1_RS||E3||GRS S. Edge||349°||288.9°||153.9°||-27.4°||EGC|
|RP1_RS||E3||GRS P. End||341.4°||281.3°||146.3°||-22.8°||EGC|
|RN1_RS||E3||GRS N. Edge||349°||288.9°||153.9°||-17.6°||EGC|
Celestron C14 EdgeHD
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