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Annual Meeting 1959 #9

Annual Meeting 1959 #9

Front: E.S. Keeping, Frank de Kinder.

Middle row: David Sands, Klaus Brasch, ?

Back row: George Wedge, C. L. Drolet.

Jupiter 196008190100

Jupiter 196008190100

Jupiter on 1960 August 18/19 at 21:00-21:30 EDT (01:00-01:30 UT) as sketched by K.R. Brasch. C.M.(1) ~350°, C.M.(2) ~255°. 8" reflector at 165x. Seeing 3-5. Transparency 4-5. SSTeZ observed as a clear cut line for the first time. Festoon-like object extended from position of STB to southern edge of SEB. NTB & NNTB very definite lines, darker than usual.

Jupiter 196008070330

Jupiter 196008070330

Jupiter on 1960 August 6/7 at 23:30-23:45 EDT (03:30-03:45 UT) as sketched by K.R. Brasch. C.M.(1) 348°, C.M.(2) 330.4°. 8" reflector at 165x. Seeing 3-5. Transparency 2-3. Enormous detail visible under good conditions, R.S. appeared pink followed by an oval gap in NNTeZ newly observed cloud object (streak) in NEB clearly visible at approximately 319.6°, having moved considerably to left.

Jupiter 196008070120

Jupiter 196008070120

Jupiter on 1960 August 6/7 at 21:20-21:35 EDT (01:20-01:35 UT) as sketched by K.R. Brasch. C.M.(1) 268.7°, C.M.(2) 252°. 8" reflector at 165x. Seeing 3-5. Transparency 2-3. Extremely fine definition. Previously unobserved objects. White oval in STeZ ("FA") and festoon in NNTeZ.

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Jupiter 196007260230

Jupiter on 1960 July 25/26 at 22:30 EDT (02:30 UT) as sketched by K.R. Brasch. C.M.(1) 216.6°, C.M.(2) 291.0°. 3" refractor at 100x. Seeing 4. Transparency 3. Toronto.

Jupiter 196007150355

Jupiter 196007150355

Jupiter on 1960 July 14/15 at 23:55-00:05 EDT (03:55-04:05 UT) as sketched by K.R. Brasch. C.M.(1) 330.8°, C.M.(2) 128.9°. 8" reflector at 165x. Seeing 3. Transparency 4. S.E.B. remarkably darker than previously observed and very sharp outlined.

Jupiter 196006190330

Jupiter 196006190330

Jupiter on 1960 June 18/19 at 23:30-23:50 local time (03:30-03:50 UT) as sketched by K.R. Brasch. 8" reflector at 165x. Seeing 2-3. Transparency 2. More detail visible at intervals, could not be recorded due to bad seeing conditions.

Jupiter 196006130300

Jupiter 196006130300

Jupiter on 1960 June 12/13 at 23:00-23:10 EDT (03:00-03:10 UT) as sketched by K.R. Brasch. C.M.(1) 284°, C.M.(2) 327°. 8" reflector at 165x. Seeing 2-3. Transparency 3.

Red spot seen, a gray washed out colour similar to S.P. region. Easier seen with the aid of a light blue filter, as outline of spot is more distinct. Shadow + disk of satellite I seen, shadow left disk at 03:19, disk of satellite at 03:29.

Jupiter 196006110655

Jupiter 196006110655

Jupiter on 1960 June 11 at 02:55-03:08 EDT (06:55-07:08 UT) as sketched by K.R. Brasch. C.M.(1) 112°, C.M.(2) 168°. 8" reflector at 165x. Seeing 3-4. Transparency 2-3. S.I. of shadow of satellite I at beginning of observation—1:37 EST. T.I. of satellite begun at 1:50 EST, disk easily visible, brighter than surrounding zone N.T.Z. of main planet.

Jupiter 196005280450

Jupiter 196005280450

Jupiter on 1960 May 27/28 at 00:50-01:10 EDT (04:50-05:10 UT) as sketched by K.R. Brasch. C.M.(1) 346°, C.M.(2) 150°. 8" reflector at 165x. Seeing 2-3. Transparency 2-3. Very dark object on eastern edge of N.E. belt disappeared after about five minutes: shadow of satellite I.

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