Jupiter on 1959 July 29/30 at 21:16 EDT (01:16 UT) as sketched by Milan Ihnat. C.M.(1) 281º, C.M.(2) 237º. 6½" refractor at 133x. Seeing good. North is down, east to the right. Transparency good. Middle projection on N equatorial belt seemed to be more pointed. Other belts had darkenings.
Jupiter on 1959 July 27/28 at 21:22 EDT (01:22 UT) as sketched by G. Gaherty, Jr. C.M.(2) 301º. 8" Cave reflector at 240x. Seeing 3. Transparency 3. Detail of small elongated dark spot in STZ drawn from memory, August 8, 1959. At moments of good seeing, spot seemed to be joined to SEBn by grey wisp. See transit #93.
Jupiter on 1959 July 22/23 at 22:35 EDT (02:35 UT) as sketched by Milan Ihnat. C.M.(1) 304º, C.M.(2) 314º. 4¼" refractor (Townsend) at 180x. Seeing fair. Transparency fair. Can't be sure of having seen south polar region, therefore did not include it.