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SW 200p ,qhy5l-11,EQ6 pro mount ,Eqmod,CDC, captured in Firecapture Camera=QHY5LII TAL 2X barlow
Filter=L
Profile=Jupiter
Diameter=44.19"
Magnitude=-2.47
CMI=24.8° CMII=123.0° CMIII=244.7°  (during mid of capture)
FocalLength=1650mm
Resolution=0.47"
Filename=Jup_235728.ser
Date=070417
Start=235728.490
Mid=235828.498
End=235928.506
Start(UT)=225728.490
Mid(UT)=225828.498
End(UT)=225928.506
Duration=120.016s
Date_format=ddMMyy
Time_format=HHmmss
LT=UT 
Frames captured=6254
File type=SER
Binning=no
ROI=400x400
ROI(Offset)=388x348
FPS (avg.)=52
Shutter=2.890ms
Gain=626
SoftwareGain=10 (off)
WBlue=139
HDR=on
WGreen=147
WRed=147
Contrast=19
Gamma=100
USBTraffic=3
HighSpeed=off
Brightness=-13
Histogramm(min)=0
Histogramm(max)=185
Histogramm=72%
Noise(avg.deviation)=n/a
Limit=120 Seconds

 

Jup_235728_g4_ap17 best.jpg

Edited by bottletopburly
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3 minutes ago, JohnSadlerAstro said:

WOW!!!!

There's sooo much detail in that shot! I think you have a good chance of winning! :hello2:

John

my personal best to date nailed a few demons well happy cheers john

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Excellent picture - even caught a nearby satellite!

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Cracking image nice

 

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A fine looking image Dave, you have made the most of the decent seeing conditions recently. 

I think you could experiment maybe with a longer run as well at that focal length.

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cheers pete

2 minutes ago, bunnygod1 said:

A fine looking image Dave, you have made the most of the decent seeing conditions recently. 

I think you could experiment maybe with a longer run as well at that focal length.

 

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