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GazOC

My best Jupiter yet!!!

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Not exactly awe inspiring I know, but its nice to be making a little progress.

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They all count Gaz :)

Nice one mate. I have [removed word] all chance of Jupiter at the moment, I really need a dark site with no houses - esp. my own!!!

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That looks spot on Gaz, as good as you can get with the position of the thing

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Unlucky not to catch a moon in the frame... Jupiter will not get to a much better place this year, will it?

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Pretty impressed at that Gaz 8)

Tried four times now to get it here but all I can see is a blob

in the atmosphere..

Nice one mate :)

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Cool Image 8)

I havent even been able to have a proper go yet,either bad seeing OR very bad seeing :).Nice to know its still there

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Great image mate! You should be happy with that! I am never happy with the images I take though :) Also I don't know how much detail we can capture these days when Jupiter is low, even under perfect conditions.

Martin :)

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Yes you nailed the big fellow there Gaz. I think supreme images of Jupiter are not going to be easy considering the position, but nevertheless, that is a very good result.

Ron. :)

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Fantastic image, a real candidate for image of the week given the very difficult conditions. To even get a good visual sighting is hard nevermind an cracking image.

Well done. :)

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All right!! Jupiter's difficult when it's in this part of the ecliptic, down low like that.

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Nice one Gaz.

I can see the improvement mate.

All you need now by the looks of things is a night of good seeing and you will have it nailed to the wall mate..

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