Jupiter 2020


  Imaged in 2020 with Mewlon 250S

 

 

Comparison of image taken with a color camera and image with a luminance layer captured and added

 

Jupiter animation 2020

  Jupiter Great Red Spot over the years

2020

2019

2018

2017

2016

2015

2012

2011

2010

Mewlon 250S

Mewlon 250S

Mewlon 250S

DFK31AU03 (color camera)

DFK31AU03 (color camera)

DFK31AU03 (color camera)

2009

2008

2007

Meade OTA 10""

Meade OTA 10"

Meade LX200GPS 12"

DFK31AU03 (color camera)

DFK31AU03 (color camera)

ToucamPro (color camera)

  Jupiter animations over the years

Animation Jupiter 2020

Animation Jupiter 2018

Animation Jupiter 2017

Animation Jupiter 2016

Animation Jupiter 2011

Animation Jupiter 2010

Animation Jupiter 2009

Animation Jupiter 2008

Animation Jupiter 2007

  Click on Jupiter to view a larger animation

2016


  Best of 2017, imaged on 20 and 21 May, showing the Little Red Spot and the Great Red Spot


  Best of 2011


  Best of 2010

  The same side of Jupiter 2 months apart: notice the South Equatorial Band revival.

  The band is actually still there but covered by Methane clouds which are now dissipating, showing the band under it...

  Note that Jupiter appears smaller, it is 80 million kilometers farther away.

   Jupiter and Ganymede:


  Best of 2009

  In this animation, you can see:

  Io on the left appearing and going away quickly,

  Ganymede on the left going over Jupiter,

  Europe shadow transiting Jupiter

  and Europe appearing over Jupiter on the right and moving away

  See below the same movie flattened to see the tracks of Io, Ganymede and Europe.