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Jupiter, Io 28/06/2018 Western Australia


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Jupiter early on in the night on the 28th June 2018.

Captured in SharpCap, 751 best frames stacked in AutoStakkert, wavelets in RegiStax, edited in PaintDotNet.

Saxon 8" Mak, SkyWatcher EQ5, ZWO ASI224MC, Celestron UV/IR Cutoff filter, Moon and Skyglow filter. Conditions average from Mandurah, Western Australia.

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19 minutes ago, Aussie Dave said:

Jupiter early on in the night on the 28th June 2018.

Captured in SharpCap, 751 best frames stacked in AutoStakkert, wavelets in RegiStax, edited in PaintDotNet.

Saxon 8" Mak, SkyWatcher EQ5, ZWO ASI224MC, Celestron UV/IR Cutoff filter, Moon and Skyglow filter. Conditions average from Mandurah, Western Australia.

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what a cracking picture i like to see the moon shadow crossing the surface I have only seen that a couple of times with my old monster scope but no where near as clear detail you must have some very clear skies to get pictures so good.

time to emigrate methinks have you a spare room and a garage for mi bike

oh and a fridge full of stubbys

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2 minutes ago, 12bore pete said:

what a cracking picture i like to see the moon shadow crossing the surface I have only seen that a couple of times with my old moster scope but no where near as clear detail you must have some very clear skies to get pictures so good.

time to emigrate methinks

The planets here are high in the sky which sure does help although conditions could be much better. Visually you could just make out the shadow as a small fuzzy darker spot in between the wavy seeing. On live view the shadow stood out a little better but there was only a few brief seconds of sharper detail seen and captured in each video.

Trying to get out there when ever I can but it's the middle of Winter here.

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