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Jupiter and Saturn from the 25th June


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Up at a ridiculous hour to catch the Planetary imaging window, the gap between the conifers and the horizon.  Not the best of seeing conditions down at that altitude.

This was as good as it got, but is was a lovely morning.

The usual set up, C9.25, Asi290mm, 742 filter, 180 seconds stacked best 10%

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Edited by Pete Presland
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Hi Pete

Respectable images, detail showing throughout both shots!

It's not easy with the planets at this low elevation, & getting up at stupid 0 clock doesn't help either, I needed to do some heavy pruning lol that night just to get a decent window from my location too.

It's my first planetary post in maybe two years but nice to be back. I was fortunate  to get some very steady seeing on the 24th but sometimes that how it is!

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