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  1. Only my second time observing Saturn last night so thought I'd try imaging it as the sky was nice & clear for once! All taken with Sky-Watcher Skyliner 200p + 2x Celestron Barlow + QHY5L-II-C. 100 frames stacked in AS2! De-Noise in Registax. Wavelets in Astra Image 4.0 Cropped & tweaked in CS6. 23/05/16 UT 23:55:23 Lytham, Lancashire, NW UK. Here's my second attempt. ROI was smaller so it gave me a slightly higher magnification. 120 frames stacked in AS2! De-Noise in Registax. Wavelets in Astra Image 4.0 Upscaled & tweaked in CS6. 23/05/16 UT 23:56:14 Lytham, Lancashire, NW UK.
  2. A stack of Jupiter from an AVI containing 100 frames only of which 25% where kept using AS2!. The seeing was weird so I decided shorter AVIs, but more AVIs that ever before, could yield some results. This is the best I got, which is not that bad, I think. I froze so went in to my warm bed after taking some 31 AVIs ranging between 100 and 200 frames.
  3. Best Jupiter for me tonight. Difficult to focus and lots of turbulence. However, I'm pleased because I'm not sitting on the sofa watching TV or working. R:)
  4. My first night imaging Saturn. After going through all the AVI's this is my best result from the lot Sky-Watcher Skyliner 200p + 2x Celestron Barlow + QHY5L-IIC. 250 frames stacked in AS2! De-Noise in Registax. Wavelets & tweaks in Astra Image 4.0 24/05/16 UT 00:30:46 Lytham, Lancashire, NW UK.
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