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Jupiter 21-6-2019

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Quick process of 1 ser file

200mm SCT ADC ZWO178 colour cam

1o% of 3000 frames

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Nice shot Steve - a lot better processing than my attempt! I caught the transit earlier on (23:30 to 0010). Io is to the right of the shadow in this prelim image. The splodge to the right of the GRS is interesting?

Chris

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Excellent, you caught the shadow and the GRS.. awesomness.

 

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well done Steve, the seeing was pants here last night. charl.

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Great result, well done. Any recognisable detail is a bonus from the UK.

Peter

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Nice pics guys! No chance here, too cloudy and too many trees!

There are changes going on in the GRS at the moment for sure - this months AN talks about the GRS interacting with the SEB. Will be interesting to follow changes. Those fancy expensive JunoCam images are all out of date now!!  

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Very nicely captured always good to see a transit, whether its a shadow or moon disc. 

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Thanks folks.

 I keep threathening to run them through winjupos and see if I can get anything else.

 

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On 21/06/2019 at 07:44, chiltonstar said:

Nice shot Steve - a lot better processing than my attempt! I caught the transit earlier on (23:30 to 0010). Io is to the right of the shadow in this prelim image. The splodge to the right of the GRS is interesting?

Chris

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Just processing one of mine of the transit.  I too have that strange splodge :)

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