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Jupiter 196011242035

Jupiter 196011242035

Jupiter on 1960 November 23/24 at 15:35+10m EST (20:35 UT) as sketched by Jim Low. C.M.(1) 8°, C.M.(2) 241°. 4" reflector at 65x & 130x. Seeing 4. Transparency 3. North is down. This is a day observation, made about 0.9h before sunset. Jupiter was a faint object compared to the bright sky, and it could not be seen definitely in the 4x20mm finder.

Jupiter 196011212131

Jupiter 196011212131

Jupiter on 1960 November 20/21 at 16:31+10m EST (21:31 UT) as sketched by Jim Low. C.M.(1) 289°, C.M.(2) 185°. 4" reflector at 130x, 167x. Seeing 4. Transparency 3. North is down.

Jupiter 196011202145

Jupiter 196011202145

Jupiter on 1960 November 19/20 at 16:45+5m EST (21:45 UT) as sketched by Jim Low. C.M.(1) 140°, C.M.(2) 43°. 4" reflector at 130x. Seeing 2. Transparency 4. North is down.

Jupiter 196010112243

Jupiter 196010112243

Jupiter on 1960 October 10/11 at 17:43+19m EST (22:43 UT) as sketched by Jim Low. C.M.(1) 355°, C.M.(2) 203°. 4" reflector at 130x and 167x. Seeing 6/10. Transparency 4/5. North is down. This was the best "seeing" I have seen around this part of Canada.

Jupiter 196009040315

Jupiter 196009040315

Jupiter on 1960 September 3/4 at 19:15+4m PST (03:15 UT) as sketched by Jim Low. C.M.(1) 78°, C.M.(2) 207°. 4" reflector at 65x. Seeing 2/10. Transparency 5/5.

Jupiter 196009030316

Jupiter 196009030316

Jupiter on 1960 September 2/3 at 19:16+15m PST (03:16 UT) as sketched by Jim Low. C.M.(1) 281°, C.M.(2) 58°. 4" reflector at 130x. Seeing 4/10. Transparency 5/5.

Jupiter 196009020300

Jupiter 196009020300

Jupiter on 1960 September 1/2 at 19:00+13m PST (03:00 UT) as sketched by Jim Low. C.M.(1) 113°, C.M.(2) 258°. 4" reflector at 130x. Seeing 3/10. Transparency 4/5. The sky was bright at the time of observation.

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 196008162225

Jupiter 196008162225

Jupiter on 1960 August 11 at 18:25 EDT (22:25 UT) as sketched by Mrs. J.P. Jean. 3" refractor. Seeing 8. Transparency 3. South is down, east to the left.

Jupiter 196008080429

Jupiter 196008080429

Jupiter on 1960 August 7/8 at 20:07+10m PST (04:29 UT) as sketched by Jim Low. C.M.(1) 182°, C.M.(2) 157°. 4" reflector at 130x, 167x. Seeing 5. Transparency 4.

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