Jupiter South Equatorial Belt SEB Outbreak

Jupiter South Equatorial Belt SEB Outbreak

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The once prominent South Equatorial Belt (SEB) which has faded to nothing in recent months is finally showing signs of revival with a small but distinct outbreak that heralds it reemergence! The outbreak is the small bright spot to the right of a small bluish "feather" on the lower right side of Jupiter. Jovian moons Callisto, Europa, and Io lend drama with their  presence.



Date Imaged       :

November 12, 2010

Lens       :

N16 f/22

Camera       :

DBK21

Filter       :

RGB

Mount       :

Losmandy Titan

Location       :

Stardust Observatory, Baguio