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Jupiter 5th December with SW200P

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Hello all,

I took a load of AVIs last night and just working through processing them now. I haven't gone through them all yet but I thought I'd post a quick process.

This is from about 11:30

200P with TAL 3x Barlow and DFK21/618

3 min avi in y800/y800.

1000 frames stacked from 10000-ish. debayered and stacked in AS!2 and wavelets, RGB align, gamma tweak in Registax5.1


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Thank you for the comments. I forgot to add was resized 150% in Regi.

It was a freezing cold night but I think was worth it.

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Great image Sammy. Loving the detail and great job with getting the moon in there. Which moon is that?

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Cheers Josh - there are two moons - one south west of the planet - Ganymede and the other faint one North east of the planet which is Callisto

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