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MrEd

Rhea Shadow transit

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Here is my first trasit in the Saturnian System.

Both moon and shadow vsible. Image is a combination of

original B/W and a streched version both overlayed.

Captured with a DMK 21 and IR/UV block.

LRGB Colour version now added.

Enjoy.

Ed Sampson

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Here is my first trasit in the Saturnian System.

Both moon and shadow vsible. Image is a combination of

original B/W and a streched version both overlayed.

Captured with a DMK 21 and IR/UV block.

Colour version may follow.

Enjoy.

Ed Sampson

When and what time was this please Ed....?:)

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When and what time was this please Ed....?:)

Sorry, what a dumb question when the details are there for all to see.....actually I realized such and didn't mean for this to get posted, a slip....!:):(:)

Please see my "Hmmmm, I'm a little puzzled" thread in this same section Ed....!

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Great stuff MrEd!! I thought that Saturn would be a boring target this year but how wrong was i!!!!!! The satellites really ad to the interest!!!

Alan:)

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That is inspiring as I have not got any transits yet and your moons are so small and saturn looks very good with firm banding too. John.

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A wide view of saturn taken just

under an hour later.

LLRGB

I count at least 6 moons and I think i

have caught Iapatus to the north.

Ed

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Very well captured. Really nice surface detail as well.

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Just got to see these Ed, what can i say , brill as usual ,detail and colour and focus excellent. Grrrr

Rog:)

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Superb shots of Saturn Ed. They are tack sharp, and so many moons in attendance too. Terrific mate.

Let me say too what a pleasure it was to meet you at Hereford.

I saw your enthusiasm when discussing that Leviathan.:)

Ron.

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