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Amazing coincidental transits of the Great Red Spot AND Ganymede on Jupiter shot using my Orion Deep Space Video Camera II and my Orion SkyView Pro 180mm Mak around midnight last night (April 22). Ganymede can be seen casting a shadow along the northern limb. The GRS can be seen roughly near the center of the planet. "Intrapsychic Conflict" is introduced as the musical landscape, not unconscious turmoil, lol!
By Costas Soler
I'm using my school's 17" telescope and a Nikon D3200 to record video from Jupiter to stack. The scope I'm using is f/6.8, and I'm using two 2.5 luminos barlow lenses on it, which blow Jupiter up and I think give me around a focal ratio of f/43. The images I've included were captured with a video consisting of 1/30 second exposures at ISO 800. I'm pretty sure I'm not getting the most out of my camera and scope right now, I'm pretty sure I've seen other DSLR users get WAAAY finer detail with similar cameras on much smaller scopes. PLEASE let me know if you have any suggestions... I'll be imaging tonight again, and I'll be sure to let you know how it goes!