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mpeniak

Jupiter this morning (01/06/07) + Great Red Spot....hopefully

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Another one from Plymouth. This time stacked roughly from 1500 frames combined from 2 separate AVIs.

Martin

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Nice one martin! It seems you really snapped it well :police: beautiful image.

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Excellent images , Martin.

I only wish I could my telescope on it , trees in the way.

John

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You have been above the earths atmosphere to get those Martin. They are so good it belies the planets low declination.

Superb.

Ron. :police:

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Thanks for comments :police: I just wish I could have a go at Saturn but is always cloudy when I am off from work. And if it's not then I am working. I finish at 02:00 so at least I can take some picture of Jupiter but Saturn is below horizont when I return from the work.

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Fantastic detail Martin!

Shame about the horizontal banding. What camera are you using?

Regards

Nick

Thanks :police: I use Toucam pro...

Martin

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Splendid images Martin. You are really improving each time you post. Well done. If I could do half as well I'd be chuffed!

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Splendid images Martin. You are really improving each time you post. Well done. If I could do half as well I'd be chuffed!

Thanks mate :)

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