This time a closer look at the Jovian cloud tops.
The Planet Jupiter & The Great Red Spot on 08-03-2022 at 09:21 U.T. from my backyard observatory in Dayton, Ohio

Using Winjupos I measured The Great Red Spot in the South Equatorial Belt(SEB)at 15,618 km (9,704 miles) across.
right below the Great Red Spot there are two small white ovals visible as well, measuring 5-6km (3,278 miles) across each.

There is a large Arch feature(festoon) in the North Equatorial Belt (NEB) and I measured it at 19,715 km (12,250 miles) across

C-11 SCT Telescope at F20, 2x Barlow, ADC, Bisque MyT mount, QHY462 Color Cmos Planetary Camera, 10.5 ms exposure,
Fire-Capture Software, best 75% of 25,000 images stacked in Autostakkert, Wavelets in Registax6, Winjupos measurements & de-rotation.


Best Regards,

John Chumack