A series of Jupiters from the 9th December

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Geoff Knight
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A series of Jupiters from the 9th December

Post by Geoff Knight »

A marginally better night of seeing than of late and despite a bright Moon nearby I took this sequence of captures between 8.40 and 9.50.

Used an OO 250mm Newtonian, Philips SPC900NC webcam, Baader IR filter and a 4x Imagemate (in the majority of cases). Then some processing in Registax 5 and Adobe PS.

Thanks for looking.


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Post by Davej »

Hi Geoff,

Very good images there with good clear detail.

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Post by The Bat »

Great series of pictures. 8)

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Post by Brian »

They look good enough to eat! Very nice :)

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