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Hi every body,

So, this morning the turbulence were very strong and it was not easy to have asome shots of this occultation but I get this:

For these shots, I used my refractor with out any Barlow and the DMK 21-618. The setting were adjusted around 60 f/s & 1/2000s exposure to see the moon dark side but I will get Jupiter over exposed !

So, the entire images:

First shot at 2:06 UT:

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Second shot at 2:08 UT:

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Third shot at 2:11 UT:

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Shot 4 at 2:12 UT:

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After that I decided to see what about the result if I change the setting and to be not over exposed !

Shot 5 at 2:12 UT:

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Shot 6 at 2:13 UT:

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Shot 7 at 2:14 UT:

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Shot 8 at 2:18 UT:

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Last shot at 2:23 UT:

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I hope you will like these images because we got lot of turbulence and it was not easy to have some shots

Franck

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