After four years of posting your awesome images, I have accepted a position to design and build instruments for the new Magdalena Ridge Observatory 2.4 m. This will be my last update of the IOPW-Jupiter website. I have greatly enjoyed seeing all your images and enthusiasm. Thank you all.
The new website for all of the International Outer Planets Watch, Atmospheres
2004/Apr/08 10:31 UT, III: 194-202.
2004/Apr/08 07:02 UT, III: 68-77 EZn hot spot near CM.
2004/Apr/07 10:32 UT, III: 44-53 EZn hot spot. Log-scale 4.68 micron image.
2004/Apr/07 09:16 UT, III: 358-7 GRS, EZn hot spot on approaching limb.
2004/Apr/07 08:01 UT, III: 313-324 GRS on approaching limb.
2004/Apr/06 10:20 UT, III: 246-258.
2004/Apr/06 08:26 UT, III: 177-189.
To view more IRTF images, please click on this directory.
Note images are in TIFF format.
2004/Mar/16,17,18 https://youtu.be/i4YowfTo4hA Awesome movie from Fattinnanzi Cristian!. Caption
If you would like to see some images of Hawaii, Mt. Evans, South Pole and
others taken by Mark Vincent, please see
Images from the 2003 May trip. Including a view from the top of IRTF's dome!
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