A publication of the Jupiter Section of the Association of Lunar and Planetary Observers

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Vol. 12, No. 5                                                             May 25, 2010

Jupiter was at Solar conjunction on February 28, 2010

Jupiter reaches opposition on September 21, 2010

Jupiter returns to conjunction on April 6, 2011

A few more observers are getting into the act.

Brian G. Combs 2010-05-20

South is up. Preceding to the left (with one obvious exception).

Efrain Morales Rivera 2010-05-24

CM1=130 CM2=304 CM3=115 at 09:50UT
South is up. Preceding to the left.

Adding the next two images gives us a view of all longitudes for the week.

Anthony Wesley 2010-05-21
North is up. Preceding to the right.

Trevor Barry 2010-05-17

South is up. Preceding to the left.

Submission of Observations

Note to imagers: Please put your name, UT date, UT time, and CM1 and CM2 on all images.

Please submit observations as directed below:

Mail CM transit timings monthly to:
John McAnally
2124 Wooded Acres
Waco, TX 76710
E-mail: CPAJohnM@aol.com

Mail photographs and images at least monthly. We prefer e-mail attachment of JPG image. 
Richard W. Schmude
Gordon College
Division of Mathematics and Natural Science
419 College Dr
Barnesville, GA 30204
E-mail: Schmude@gdn.edu

Mail observations of the timings of eclipses of Jupiter's satellites to:
John E. Westfall
P.O. Box 16131
San Francisco, CA 94116
E-mail: johnwestfall@comcast.net


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Newsletter Editor: Craig MacDougal, Assistant Coordinator, ALPO Jupiter Section

Email: macdouc@verizon.net