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8th-4th-17 Jupiter Rework

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A Reprocessed avi from the 8th of april, taken with the C9 & skyris 236 m!

Thanks for looking!

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Good processing, nice natural appearance.

Peter

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A couple of nice images there.:thumbsup: I think this is

were SCT scopes come into there own.

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These look great Simon. Very nice processing as well!! 

Pete

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Cheers guys for the positive comments, lets hope we get a few more decent chances before its too late, remember around 21 degs next showing:help:!

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Very nice Simon. Beautifully processed to show lots of detail.

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They are superb Simon, you have managed to extract even more detal out of them without introducing noise. they really are very smooth!

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Excellent job Simon! 

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