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Sunny Phil

New Life to an old Jupiter shot

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Fig7JupiterTwo

 

January 2013 with my 127mm Mak and SPC880 when I had a PC that worked with it!

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Bino-viewer

i think it will be 3 or 4 years like Saturn before we get to them at any sort of decent viewing altitude.

Make that 7 or 8 for Saturn.

I might have retired by then......

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Sunny Phil
1 minute ago, Bino-viewer said:

i think it will be 3 or 4 years like Saturn before we get to them at any sort of decent viewing altitude.

Make that 7 or 8 for Saturn.

I might have retired by then......

I have really struggled with planetary imaging this year, mostly because Mars, Jupiter and Saturn were all low. Unfortunately, even if I could hop over the equator to see my in-laws, I could not even think of the excess baggage for my kit.

 

As for retiring, I've only got less than 18 months before I get my state pension but expect to be working at least part-time.

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