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First Mars attemp and more Jupiter


imakebeer
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I took advantage of a rare clear night last night and spent a couple of hours outside.

I did 3 captures of Jupiter at slightly different ISOs and shutter speeds, 3000 frames each (lasting about 2.5mins), then moved on to Mars and did a couple more similar captures there.

I think the Jupiter ones are my best yet of the big J, and I'm pleased that for once the GRS was facing me. When I flick through them on my computer the rotation is readily apparent.

Mars - well it's a tiny image but even with my very basic gear and a bit of fiddling in Registax I think there's at least a little detail there. But I feel like I'm learning.

  • SkyWatcher 900mm/70mm refractor
  • EQ1 mount
  • Canon EOS 450D
  • Svbony eyepiece projection adapter with 25mm eyepiece
  • BackyardEOS, Autostakkert!3, Registax

Mars01_Tv15s_400iso_848x568_20221109-22h36m06s_P8_ap31_conv.jpg.a123352803cfba9524aaec35b58f0ee9.jpg

Mars02_Tv15s_800iso_848x568_20221109-22h39m32s_P8_ap43_conv.jpg.0a352c52e75b3da84dea6103600e1933.jpg

Jupiter01_Tv110s_1600iso_848x568_20221109-22h07m40s_P8_ap29_conv.jpg.18c458fcb7e71eb2f849d3c3d721c089.jpg

Jupiter02_Tv15s_800iso_848x568_20221109-22h11m37s_P8_ap29_conv.jpg.9bb8895d735f4e9d9024e5f56a3e5c8e.jpg

Jupiter03_Tv1s_200iso_848x568_20221109-22h16m22s_P8_ap31_conv.jpg.516f3a8ce2d6e1dd6b21f13d1754b7f2.jpg

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