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Jupiter through the murk, 20.05.2020


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Shot this in the wee hours of this morning.

Best 2000 frames stacked from the combination of 7 ser's of 1000 frames.

Only after I had lost sight of her did I realise I had neglected to put the IR filter in the camera. 😖

Still nice image with the moon passing through even though the quality is not there.

 

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Shot this in the wee hours of this morning. Best 2000 frames stacked from the combination of 7 ser's of 1000 frames. Only after I had lost sight of her did I realise I had neglected to put t

Definitely a 'she' at the moment Clive, a right royal PITA to image that low down 😅

Her? I've always thought of Jupiter as being a he.

18 minutes ago, Clive said:

Her? I've always thought of Jupiter as being a he.

 

Definitely a 'she' at the moment Clive, a right royal PITA to image that low down 😅

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2 hours ago, Graham said:

 

Definitely a 'she' at the moment Clive, a right royal PITA to image that low down 😅

I heard that graham 😝

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