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astroman001

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  1. Great animation, looks like you had some moments of good seeing, I saw oval BA pop out at one point. Peter
  2. Thanks Neil, seeing was cooperative and everything worked well. Usually this only happens when the other side of Jupiter is visible ! Peter
  3. Here are images of Jupiter from 12th and 15th September. Better seeing on the 15th allowing some nice detail to be captured in and around the GRS. Peter
  4. Some really good detail captured, well done. Peter
  5. Some nice detail captured Martyn. Conditions have not been great recently, so well done. Peter
  6. Excellent work. great image and animation. Lots of detail and moon action. Peter
  7. It has taken me a while to get around to processing this image. The 3rd Sept was the last half decent seeing from my location. GRS nicely presented and some distinctive brown barges above the NEB. Peter
  8. Conditions poor here as well. Amazed you got good resolution on the moons when Jupiter was not so good. Peter
  9. Some great images in the thread, well done. No luck here since 3rd Sept. Seeing has been really awful, can't even focus at times. Peter
  10. Still a nice set of images. Agree, very few nights with clear decent seeing this year. Best regards Peter
  11. Great images. You had much better seeing than down here. It's been awful since 3rd Sept. Peter
  12. Hi Neil, thanks, I waited for Jupiter to be favorably located at a reasonable hour, ie before 1-2am. It's too tiring these days to be up imaging at 3am. Peter
  13. Hi Craig, thanks. It was totally cloudy in Sussex unfortunately. Peter
  14. Good work. I also notice that after up-loading images to SGL, the brightness is increased. I have raised it before but I am told it's not possilbe. But I believe my eyes. Peter
  15. Great detail, and nice processing. I believe it's real topography on Ganymede. Many amateurs have recorded such details so it's definitely possible. Peter
  16. Jupiter with Io and shadow in transit. The first and last images were short de-rotations showing moon and shadow distinctly. The middle image was a longer de-rotation and the differential motion of fast moving Io has smeared the disk out. Peter
  17. Poor seeing again, but software magic pulled out some details. GRS setting, NEB very dark and line of 6 white ovals in STeB. Peter
  18. Great result. You can push de-rotation on Saturn further than you think to get a superb result from mediocre seeing. You have captured the planet showing through the rings very well. Peter
  19. Thanks guys. The next night was a write off with blurred seeing. It's all down to the seeing really. Peter
  20. Hi Angie Really nice images, great colour balance as well. Peter
  21. Some high pressure has delivered the best seeing so far this year from the UK. Oval BA and it's wake is prominent in the images. The imges are taken about 30 mins apart.. NEB is very brown . Peter
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