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  1. Hello Just 700 images taken between the clouds to make my best image of this trio. A first version at 60% : The big 100 % for details : http://www.webastro.net/upload/images/2382-1496381054.jpg Rheita E taken before the turbulence calmed it a bit : Clear skies. Luc CATHALA
  2. Hello This is the first time for this season that I have good conditions for a big Jupiter's image with the 625 mm and some details on Ganymede. Clear skies. Luc CATHALA
  3. Hello Venus is still growing, but her clouds have become very subtle. No more details to see on it. So two images taken with the usual turbu while it was still day and a bad collim because too much light to see the return of the laser. A UV where we guess some areas and an IR one can guess nothing. On the other hand, we can see the crescent shape. Clear skies. Luc CATHALA
  4. Hello You liked the 3D images of this post : https://stargazerslounge.com/topic/284803-a-new-presentation-of-lunar-pictures-in-3d/ I'm making movies using this technique and that of anaglyp on pictures. I present you the first two : A flight around Alphonsus and over Vallis Alpes. I hope you will tell me that you like it because it's work. Clear skies. Luc CATHALA Alphonsus in 3D : Alphonsus in 3D anaglyph : Vallis Alpes : I put you the two original pictures :
  5. Hello Bad conditions on France but I could still do some pictures that day. I used my 625mm, barlow 3, IR 685 filter and the excellent QHY5-III 178MM. Two versions of each image one at 70% and at 100%. Clear skies. Luc CATHALA Messier and Messier A I have not found better by an amateur on the web.
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