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Cosmic Geoff

Jupiter, saturn, Mars 25 March.

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Got images of Jupiter and Saturn in the morning and a tiny Mars in the evening. Saturn was very low and a fence may have blocked some light. Apparent diameter of Mars is now below 5" and the evening seeing was poor.  

Used: CPC800, ASI120MC, ADC,  processed in Registax6.Jupiter04_44_55.jpg.acd2d9c0482540018252faa59750c5f1.jpgSaturn05_19_55.jpg.3e13d83b8362c80a30885084f0b2e2c0.jpgMars20_02_41.jpg.49f6251c029c9da4c78b0f738b7a117d.jpg

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Really enjoy your images. 

I was quite pleased with my single image of Jupiter, no processing.  unguided 8" f4.9 with  a Canon SL1.

 

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