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The gas giants 1.09.2019


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Sunday night was the first time i have had the scope out since early July. Mostly due to having a hernia opp.

So its was great to be back down the bottom of the garden staring/imaging planets through the gunk at below 20 degrees 🙂 

Jupiter really caught me out. I was waiting patiently for it to appear behind next doors conifers, by the time i realized it was already visible it was pretty low.

Saturn was imaged just after transiting the meridian, so still at a reasonable altitude.  The images are nothing to get too excited about, but it was a very enjoyable session 🙂 🙂 🙂 

A pretty poor Jupiter, C9.25, ASI224mc, X1.8 Barlow + ADC.

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A reasonable Saturn, C9.25, ASI224mc, X1.8 Barlow + ADC.

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Another reasonable Saturn, C9.25, ASI290mm, X1.8 Barlow.

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