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Saturn 23.8.2018 through JAI machine-vision industrial camera

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Imaged through my 12" newtonian and using a JAI machine-vision industrial camera I borrowed from work. After processing I noticed hints of altogether four Saturnian moons. Seeing was rather poor though.

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