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si@nite

Saturn 12th Aug

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si@nite    1,130

Taken last night in steady seeing below 15 degs, very happy with these this late on in the apparition!

Images taken with the meade 305mm at native - skyris 236m - ash adc!

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si@nite    1,130

Cheers Darryl, the planets are proving tough targets at such low elevation here in the uk!

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morimarty    348

They look really good Simon especially this late on in the apparition, nice to see the big meade at work.

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Kokatha man    1,286

Well, for us it's been one of the longest periods in years without any imaging opportunities Simon, regardless of the good elevations down here...about 5 weeks where usually in that time we score the occasional chance but not this time...clouds, jet-streams & torrents of rain in "the driest state in the driest continent."  :lol:

Plenty of work to do however... ;)

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