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By Jonathan Rees
iPhone picture taken April 15th from central Illinois, USA.
Not bad, all things considered. A few days later, I acquired a Celestron Solar Sustem Imager camera.
Callisto 1.5.17, 22.59. Cropped from a 480x480 AVI of Jupiter and processed on its own as an AVI, this way means it will be stacked on the moon and not the planet= no trail . I used Vdub to crop the AVI and enlarge then put it though PIPP to center, AS!2 to stack and Registax for sharpening & wavelets. 10" dob x3 barlow, asi 120 mcs camera hand tracked.
By A budding astronomer
Last night was a beautiful night to image Jupiter and it's moons. After I took low exposures to get more detail on Jupiter (1/625 seconds) I bumped it up to 1/10 seconds to get the moons.
I took the images with a Celestron 114 LCM 4.5" reflector and a Neximage Burst as the camera.
The image is 2000 frames and was stacked and processed with Registax 6.1.
Thank you and clear skies!
By Davide Simonetti
Jupiter just after a transit of Callisto. Taken just after midnight on March 18th, the shot shows from left to right the moons Europa, Io, and Callisto. Callisto's shadow can be seen on the top right side of Jupiter.
Image made from a 1000 frame video
Captured with FireCapture
Processed with PIPP, Registax and Photoshop.
Celestron NexStar 127 SLT
GoTo AltAz mount with homemade wedge
ZWO ASI120 MC imaging camera