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astroavani

Another amazing Ganymede!

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With bad viewing, just by calling for an Ir pass filter. In the case I used a 685 nm wavelength filter to highlight Jupiter's bands and zones, what I did not expect was that I would get such good details on Ganymede with a poor seeing.
You can see perfectly the stain at 1pm which corresponds if I do not angano the region of Galileo Regio. The Osiris crater below 5 o'clock also stood out easily due to its intense brightness.
To avoid doubts follow the projection made through the Virtual Planet Atlas that I was kindly indicated by the great friend Carlos Ayres.
I suggest seeing the size of the photo in astrobin !!!
Http://www.astrobin.com/full/293717/0/?nc=astroavani&real=&mod=

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Ganymedes galore and no shortage of Jupiters either! Keep them coming, they're more than welcome.

And, of course, congratulations on yet another amazing result.

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You never fail to impress, Avani! Love the details you were able to get on Ganymede; Jupiter's looking mighty regal there, too!  Wow!:hello2::hello2:

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Amazing - wow - and very nicely presented! :)

Wonderful stuff,

-Niall

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