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MisterT

Jupiter 16-03 with Ganymede transit

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More good seeing early evening. that 3 out of the last 4 nights. Pity it didn't happen when Jup was at its best.

Was surprised how dark Ganymede appears, it looks like a Callisto transit?

Martin

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Thank you all.

I used a Meade 8" sct and a Dbk 21 osc camera at f30.

Martin

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Great detail Martin, well done :)

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Thanks for all your comments

Here is another image shortly after, this one is a bit sharper and shows more detail in the poles although I may have over sharpened a tad.

Martin

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That is very nice. Details are very crisp, GRS looks catchy, great work

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Lovely images Martin - you have captured the transit perfectly!

Best regards,

Ralph

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That's a very nice image Martin.

Pete

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