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Superdavo

Mars, Jupiter, Saturn (May 28)

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Hello everyone!

Been a long time since I've been on here, but I thought I'd share some photos I took last night.

First, Here's Mars, taken with a focal length of 2000mm through my Explorer 200p...

M2 Final.png

 

An attempt at a higher zoom (5000mm focal length) - a bit blurry, but it still shows some detail.

M1 Final.png

 

Mighty Jupiter, taken with a focal length of 5000mm, really showing the difference being high in the sky makes!

J1 Final.png

 

Planet Saturn... even low down in the sky, it still manages to look gorgeous! (Focal length: 2000mm)

S3 Final.png

 

And another version - composited with a photo of moons Rhea, Dione, and Tethys.

S3 Final With Moons Labelled.png

 

I wish I could've zoomed in further with Saturn, but 5000mm was simply too much (requiring long exposuress). Perhaps I'll have to invest in a 3x barlow lens or something...

David

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Nice pictures thx for sharing

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Just had another look at the Mars one, and I've managed to reduce the noise + increase contrast. Still some annoying artifacts though.

M1 Final V2.png

 

David

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