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One for Twinkle toes VENUS

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Venus is in good phase at the moment , prob around 10/12% . i had to really rush this one believe me , i could only just see it as i am behind a hill and a dirty great tree right in front of it , so this was taken through the branches, using the Toucam pro 2 and an HA filter to cut down the huge glare from the planet, just 100 frames with everything shut back to enable an image, the boiling was awful , but registax stacking sorted that out ,

Cheers

Rog

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Good work there Rog, you have done well to keep the glare down, for such a small crest it ain't half bright plus its low in the sky it must have been wobbling a bit.. 8)

Martin..

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lol yes it was like the ole half a crown three penny bit and the glare thats why i used the HA Martin to keep that away, the rest registax delt with

Cheers

Rog

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