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Barv

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Barv last won the day on December 27 2013

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About Barv

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    Astronomy, Imaging, Aero Modelling
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  1. A good spot Peter in testing conditions! Well done
  2. Hi Guys I decided to add more data to my previous rendition. There is now 14mins of data after running through Winjupos. I have tried to keep things as natural as possible. Best Wishes Barv
  3. Hi Guys Some reasonable seeing on the night of the 12th, although a bit breezy. I took some long runs on Mars at maximum altitude. It's amazing the reduction in size of the southern polar cap since I started imaging this back in September. There is now further detail beginning to show in the northern cap. Best wishes to you all and stay safe! Regards Barv
  4. Hi all After looking at my previous effort, I frankly wasn't happy with it. Here is a repro'd version which I think looks far more natural. Comments always welcome. Best wishes Harvey
  5. Hi Guys Here is around 8 minutes of data taken on the night of the 11th October. Quite a bit of Albedo features have been resolved. Details of equipment used etc are on the image. Best Wishes Harvey
  6. Lovely shot with loads of detail evident! Well done. (I loved my C11)
  7. That's really excellent Simon, I commend your processing skillset. Particularly as the conditions were windy. All the best Harvey
  8. Hi Pete I purchased a 1.5X and a 1.75 amplifier from Siebert Optics in the US. They are very good optically so may be worth a Google and a look? Best Wishes Harvey
  9. Great job with this Peter and very natural processing
  10. Hi Guys, Here is a mosaic taken by separate captures on the morning of the 14th September. I managed to capture the tiny moons Phobos and Diemos,- (just 12km diameter). I autoguided on the planet using PHD2 using a separate 20 second exposure, and combined the images in layers using Gimp. Details of equipment is on the image. Best Wishes Harvey
  11. Thank you all for your positive comments All the best Harvey
  12. Some lovely details on Mars there Simon! Well done indeed
  13. Details looking great Peter! Well done
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