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Jupiter using a 5X Barlow


Graham
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As promised I have set the SPC up in the Helios 200 Newt with my Antares 5X Barlow.

I have aslo taken some shots of the set up to show how I do it.

 

This was taken at around 1830hrs tonight so the conditions were pretty poor as it was not really dark and there was a load of high cloud.

 

1650 frames with the SPC set at 5 fps.

Stacked in Registax 5 at 80%. Total frames stacked 459

Rough and ready use of the wavelets due to time constraints.

No processing.

 

If I get time I will do it properly.


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Set up.

 

 

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Very nice Graham, crank the gain up a little more next time and that will kill the onion rings :)

 

 I over did the wavelets Stephen which has caused the onion rings.

I will do it properly when I get time.

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 I over did the wavelets Stephen which has caused the onion rings.

I will do it properly when I get time.

 

Fair play, I'd never seen them generated that way until today  :)

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Nice one graham. Just in from some rough n ready imaging of Jupiter myself. Got back from the pub and couldn't ignore the clear skies-turned out not Si clear but will see what I get from the Avis. Nice pic.

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