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This is one of my first images of Jupiter, and an overall first attempt at astro-photography.  I believe that is Io's shadow being cast in the northern hemisphere of the planet (up is south and down is north).  I used the following equipment to create my image:

Celestron Edge HD 11" SCT

Baader Click-Lock Star Diagonal & Visual Back

Canon T5i DSLR (Gary Honis Full-Spectrum Modification)

Best of 700 images - Stacked in Registax / Wavelet Filter Applied

 

My image was taken on June 10, 2017  If you have any questions or suggestions, please let me know.  I am eager to improve my skills, in this exciting and rewarding hobby! 

 

Thank you in advance.

 

Larry

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