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Postby jjb2011 » Mon Apr 24, 2017 10:52 am

The 22 April was a good fine night, I was setting up my 250mm F5 Newtonian for some galaxy work and was using Jupiter as a target to align up my scopes. I noticed that the conditions look good so took a few images of Jupiter.
The image below is at F12.5, so not ideal for planetary imaging.

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This image is further processed using Gimp

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The rest of the observing session was a right-off as I had problems with my goto alignment !

DFK618, 50% X 3000 FRAMES @ 30-60FPS in R5/R6, X2.5Powermate = f12.5

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