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michael.h.f.wilkinson

May 1, 2016: Jupiter with ASI224MC

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I set up the scope earlier and had a look at Jupiter. The seeing was really nice at the moment, so I rushed out the camera gear, and got some nice results. This is just a quick process, with a curious ghost image on Io, but the details on the disk came out really well.

 

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Some really nice images, nice smooth choice of processing too.

Congrats :hello2:

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Very nice Michael. The 224 is doing the business for you.

Peter

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I will second all that. :thumbsup:Hopefully its looks better here this week. Chucking it down with rain @ the moment.:clouds2:

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