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Hawkeye164

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  1. Jupiter from the 11th at about 11:14 PM EST. Same setup with the asi-120mc-s and the xt8. Cut out the empty frames and centered with PIPP. Stacked 2,600 frames in AutoStakkert and did wavelets in registax. Also, I noticed what looks like a long flake that came off the Great Red Spot and is getting swept into the Southern Equatorial Belt. Is this the case and has anyone else noticed this?
  2. Captured a Ganymede transit on at around 1:20 AM on June 12. I used an XT8 and a ASI120mc-s to capture about 1800 frames. I stabilized the video in PIPP and stacked the remaining 1500ish frames in AutoStakkert. Wavelets done in RegiStax.
  3. I have a 8 inch dob and want to image the planets. How much better is The ASI290mc from the asi120mc? Is it worth it to spend the $300 for the 290 or should I just get the 120? thanks
  4. I recently bought a Orion 70mm Solar telescope with a built in white light solar filter. I am having trouble finding grainulation even at high power. Am I able to see grainulation with a telescope of this aperture? thanks.
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