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astroavani

My first Jupiter 2019

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Image quite deficient due to the conditions of capture because it was already done with the Sun present and through clouds (not between clouds). This contrast was very low and lost much detail, so much so that the planet turned almost completely blue in the stacking and I was forced to make a severe treatment to adjust the colors a little. Note that what others have already reported, that is, note that the characteristic whiteness of the equatorial zone practically disappeared with the enlargement of NEB and SEB.
At last a photo just for registration purposes!
https://www.astrobin.com/389103/?nc=user

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Difficult conditions but you can still see what's going on. Very nice!

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1 hour ago, Mr Spock said:

Condições difíceis, mas você ainda pode ver o que está acontecendo. Muito agradável!

Yes, colleagues!
Just for this I posted, despite the lack of resolution it is still possible to see the main formations. When I get a clean and slightly darker sky it will certainly improve a lot.
The outline of the planet was totally bluish due to the blue sky background.

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Despite the conditions you got a great image, Avani!

Reggie

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Superb. You can get better images through thick cloud with the sun out than I can in crystal clear night

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Great start, looking forward to chasing it often myself ?

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