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JUPITER with great red spot 17th 01 2015

By Aenima
Taken with a 200mm reflector and planetary webcam type camera through 5xbarlow lens.

This is my best Jupiter to date Smile

Tags: Specialist and abstract Astrophotography

Voters: terryxc, BRITCHIE, handlerstudio and 15 more


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terryxc 8 7 England
22 Jan 2015 3:00AM
Great capture...

Terry.
what a fantastic image jupiter with red spot with wonderful colours and with great attention to detail excellent SmileSmileSmileSmile
BRITCHIE
Aenima 8 15 England
22 Jan 2015 3:15AM
thank you for the kind comments,

my ASI120MC camera has a spot of dust on it at the bottom you can see the result after stacking, next version i uploaded has the dust spots photoshop'd out Tongue
22 Jan 2015 3:25AM
Three terrific photos of Jupiter. Puts you right there! Out in space. Sort of.

Peter
Andysnapper 12 109 25 England
22 Jan 2015 6:41AM
Amazing.....
griz11 7 2 United States
22 Jan 2015 1:19PM
Nice image good detail. Were you using lucky imaging with the video cam? I've been playing a bit with it. But using a SSD recorder that will record uncompressed HD video. Thinking that will up the detail quiet a bit. But its so tiny with the lenses I have it will have to be perfect so I can enlarge it enough to be a decent size. I don't have a scope just the DSLR and tracking mount. The water in the atmosphere really rules this type of imaging though. Its pretty humid here and I notice it a lot the reason I'm rethinking workflow for planet and moon images. What's the focal length of your scope?

Griz
Aenima 8 15 England
22 Jan 2015 11:24PM
My scope is a 8 inch aperture newtonian, f5, and 1000mm focal length, with the barlow lens 5x its a f25 5000mm

Stacking is the same as 'lucky imaging' i think? not sure, but yeah an AVI is captured and the best frames stacked to make the final image using freeware software (autostakkert!2 and registax6) Smile

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