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Mars and Jupiter

Postby AbsolutelyN » Tue May 24, 2016 9:08 am

These don't quite compare with the amazing images posted here recently but so far these are my personal best with a little 80mm f/7.5 refractor. I've never managed quite so much detail on Jupiter before and also caught one of the moons shadows. Mars was very low and lacked surface detail at the time so might try again weather permitting.

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Re: Mars and Jupiter

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