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Took a photo of Jupiter with a 10 second countdown on a phone adapter so it couldn't be shakiness anyone know what it is? What confuses me the most is the colour it has?

Taken 23 minutes ago from Auckland, New Zealand

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Reflection in the lens somewhere, due to the bright Jupiter being right at the edge of the frame?

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Yeah a lens flare/reflection. The colour is similar to chromatic aberration in cheap lenses.

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Yep lens flare for the most part depending what equipment and how you have it attached to your scope . But reguardless it’s internal reflection which somestimes can be caused by light leaking in through a loose connection . I’ve also known some Newts and Dobs that needed to be flocked to keep down internal reflection . 

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