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A couple more Jupiter from 20-4-2018


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They are fantastic Steve, incredible detail and so bright. ?

 

The planet barely gets to 20 degrees above the horizon and is down in all the murk. Are you sure you didn't pinch those pics off the Hubble website? ?

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Nice ones Steve, theres some structure showing in the GRS. Yep the GRS is getting more like it was when I were a lad.

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Excellent work Steve, especially considering its low altitude.

Are you using an atmospheric dispersion corrector ?

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2 hours ago, Bino-viewer said:

Excellent work Steve, especially considering its low altitude.

Are you using an atmospheric dispersion corrector ?

Nope .

I have got one but was not willing to loose time fiddling with it.

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Thats what astronomy and imaging is about isn't it ....?  Lots of fiddling   !  ?

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42 minutes ago, Bino-viewer said:

Thats what astronomy and imaging is about isn't it ....?  Lots of fiddling   !  ?

Not that night it wasn't?

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Excellent images, great details and considering the low aspect they are just amazing!

You must have got everything working just right Steve, well done! ?

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