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Ibbo!

Jupiter 9-6-2019 Winjupos

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Another go with WJ derotate

5 stacks of 5% of 3000 frames derotated in WJ

Sharpened in imppg and layered onto the midpoint RGB stack as an L

WO132 2.5pm ZWO ADC ASI178 colour cam

 

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Next try out I will also derotate the RGB stacks

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Nice details coming through, GRS to boot.  I gave the 178mm a go on Jupiter last night opposite side of GRS.

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Thanks

Did you get a decent image?

 

Despite what I said in a previous post I might just try the C11 agasin.

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1 hour ago, Ibbo! said:

Thanks

Did you get a decent image?

 

Despite what I said in a previous post I might just try the C11 agasin.

Yeah, I don't get it sometimes.  C11 seems to always give me nice images of moon with average seeing no issues using barlow or image during daylight.  Planets a different story, seeing needs to be great.  One of reasons I picked up the 178mm, on paper with C-11 it meets planetary critical sampling without use of barlow. 

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8 hours ago, MilwaukeeLion said:

Yeah, I don't get it sometimes.  C11 seems to always give me nice images of moon with average seeing no issues using barlow or image during daylight.  Planets a different story, seeing needs to be great.  One of reasons I picked up the 178mm, on paper with C-11 it meets planetary critical sampling without use of barlow. 

Its all seeing dependant esp with the planets being so low.

I tried the 200mm SCT the other day and looked at Jove with eyepeice and packed away 30 mins later as it was boiling away like mad.

The jet stream has not been helpfcul this side of the pond either.

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