Jupiter UTC

CM1: 13.10°

CM2: 313.00°

CM3: 178.10°

CLat: -3.80°


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
RC1_RS E3 GRS Center 349.2° 289° 154.1° -23.1° EGC


Celestron C14 EdgeHD

Astro-Physics Advanced Convertible Barlow